The Boardroom Report

Volume 13 | Issue 19 | 30 September 2015

Directors reflect on PM Turnbull’s new ministry

Following the announcement of the new Federal Ministry, Australian directors reflect on how the changes will impact their sector.

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Also in this issue

  • McKinsey warns on profits

    An unprecedented run of global corporate profit growth may be ending, and three decades of gains could be undone in a single decade, warns the McKinsey Global Institute.

  • Red tape cuts to fundraising regulations

    Changes to the Charitable Fundraising Regulation 2015, which came into force on 1 September, will help cut red tape for charitable organisations. These changes will repeal the existing 2008 regulation.

  • Proposed funding model for ASIC

    Interested parties have been invited to comment on the proposed industry funding model for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

  • Climate change and Australia's financial system

    Climate change activists are renewing calls to make climate policy central to modernising the Australian economy.

  • Board effectiveness reviews: Burden or opportunity?

    A survey conducted by Grant Thornton UK considers the financial services sector’s views and attitudes towards reviews of their boards and governance effectiveness.

  • Fine-tuning board papers for SMEs

    At best, board papers are the primary source of vital information for directors; at worst, they can lead to information overload and cause critical issues to be overlooked.

  • Peter Warne to chair Macquarie Group

    Investment banker Peter Warne has been appointed non-executive chairman of the boards of Macquarie Group and Macquarie Bank effective 31 March 2016.