June

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  • Audit and Risk Forum Linking audit and risk

    Date: 1 Jun 2014

    Peter Jones and Paul Geyer list the key take outs from the inaugural Audit and Risk Committee Forum, held recently in Melbourne.

  • CEO Report Budgeting for the long term

    Date: 1 Jun 2014

    John H C Colvin reviews the recent federal Budget from a director’s perspective.

  • Directors counsel Scottish Co-op case revisited in Australia

    Date: 1 Jun 2014

    Professor Bob Baxt reviews an interesting example of how the oppression remedy may be used in court cases involving international holding companies with difficult directors in an Australian subsidiary.

  • Education Planning your board development

    Date: 1 Jun 2014

    A look at the continuing education available to you and your board.

  • Featherstone Performance vs conformance

    Date: 1 Jun 2014

    Thomas Edison said there is no substitute for hard work. Recent research about activities in the boardroom is proving him right, as Tony Featherstone reports.

  • Feature Being ready for attack

    Date: 1 Jun 2014

    No organisation is safe from a cyber-attack. That is why it is vital to have a crisis plan in place to limit the damage of a major event. Zilla Efrat reports.

  • Feature Boards under fire

    Date: 1 Jun 2014

    Tony Featherstone provides a snapshot of eight key issues for boards to consider as they prepare for this year’s AGM season.

  • Feature Finding your feet

    Date: 1 Jun 2014

    Domini Stuart discovers how you can make a good impression and start adding value when joining a new board.

  • Feature New horizons for Queensland

    Date: 1 Jun 2014

    Matthew Sainsbury reviews the opportunities for Australian directors and their companies that arise from a shift in Queensland’s economy. 

  • Feature Tax affairs 101

    Date: 1 Jun 2014

    Some boards make the mistake of not worrying about tax until something goes wrong. However, as Christopher Niesche discovers, being proactive about tax issues can help directors plan their organisation’s tax affairs better and head off potentia...

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