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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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.
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.
Interested parties have been invited to comment on the proposed industry funding model for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
Climate change activists are renewing calls to make climate policy central to modernising the Australian economy.
A survey conducted by Grant Thornton UK considers the financial services sector’s views and attitudes towards reviews of their boards and governance effectiveness.
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.
Investment banker Peter Warne has been appointed non-executive chairman of the boards of Macquarie Group and Macquarie Bank effective 31 March 2016.