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  • A personal view The year of living contrarily Editorial

    Date: 1 Dec 2003

    It has been a strange year of contrasts and contradictions on many levels. This being that time of the year for reflection, the following are some personal observations.

  • Alumni Directors need coaches too AICD Review

    Date: 1 Dec 2003

    The latest service for on offer for AICD alumni is Director Coaching. With the increase in pressure of performance and efficiency in today’s challenging environment, Director Coaching is an important part of the director’s toolkit that can assist you...

  • CEOs Report The challenges to come AICD Review

    Date: 1 Dec 2003

    The year 2003 will be viewed by many directors as the time when government and regulators responded to the corporate collapses of the prior two years.

  • Changes at the top AICD Review

    Date: 1 Dec 2003

    The new leaders of AICD were announced last month with Don Mercer appointed AICD chairman at the annual general meeting and Ralph Evans appointed chief executive officer.

  • Early Warner Continuous disclosure regime Law Reporter

    Date: 1 Dec 2003

    Unfortunately, as noted in the previous issue of Law Reporter the Government has persisted in the amendments to the Corporations Act contained in the CLERP 9 Bill over ASIC’s infringement notice power for breaches of the continuous disclosure regime....

  • Education AICD Review

    Date: 1 Dec 2003

    What are the essential things that a director needs to know to do their job? A new AICD education program is just the ticket reports Ali Cromie

  • Explore and you will find AICD Review

    Date: 1 Dec 2003

    The Company Directors Conference 2004 titled Alternatives, explores alternative ways of approaching challenges, both now and in the future and will provide insights into those factors shaping the business world today.

  • Family Business and the Third Generation Curse Cover Story

    Date: 1 Dec 2003

    Can the Packer family business last beyond James? Can the Murdoch family last beyond Lachlan or James? Recent research by McKinsey says there is hope that the third generation curse of family businesses may no longer hold true. Heinz-Peter Elstrodt* ...

  • Is the derivative action alive and well Law Reporter

    Date: 1 Dec 2003

    A few years ago when the Corporations Act was amended to introduce a Statutory Business Judgment Rule, the Federal Treasurer said that as a quid pro quo, the Government needed to ensure that shareholders had a greater ability to seek remedies in the ...

  • Members Voice AICD Review

    Date: 1 Dec 2003

    An outline of some of the issues addressed by AICD’s policy department, committees and task forces over the past month follow:

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