Ethics & Governance Articles

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Adam Simms
ADAM SIMMS  |  THURSDAY, 18 NOV 2021
The AS8001 standard was created to provide guidance on corporate governance around fraud and corruption issues due to some large global corporate collapses at the time. AS8001 was one of five standards released to guide boards and senior management ... Read more
Sophie Renton
SOPHIE RENTON  |  THURSDAY, 18 NOV 2021
This paper comprises an extract from McCrindle Research's Australian Communities Report: Understanding Australian givers to maximise the impact of NFPs. Read more
Robyn Langsford
ROBYN LANGSFORD  |  THURSDAY, 18 NOV 2021
This paper comprises an excerpt from the KPMG Australia and University of Adelaide Transition, diversity and entrepreneurship report of May 2021. This report highlighted some of the issues around family business succession and offered insights into ... Read more
James Halliday
JAMES HALLIDAY  |  THURSDAY, 15 JUL 2021
A modern slavery statement (Statement) is necessary for all Australian entities or entities that carry on business in Australia with a minimum annual consolidated revenue of $100 million. Read more
Omer Soker
OMER SOKER  |  WEDNESDAY, 12 MAY 2021
Differences in perspectives between boards and CEOs can undermine the quality of their relationships. Unaddressed, opposing viewpoints can escalate quickly. The title of an early Tom Cruise mega-movie sums this up perfectly-Risky Business. Read more
Chris Mccaffery
CHRIS MCCAFFERY  |  WEDNESDAY, 10 FEB 2021
One of the core obligations which exist in company law concerns the duties which directors have to their companies. These duties arise both out of the general law and legislation. Read more
Andrew Sallway
ANDREW SALLWAY , SHAUN MCKINNON  |  FRIDAY, 15 JAN 2021
Fundamental changes to the Australian business environment in a short period as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic are clearly evident, with many business owners asking what's next. Read more
Paul Sills
PAUL SILLS  |  FRIDAY, 17 APR 2020
Most people consider themselves rational, openminded thinkers, making ethical decisions in an objective, non-biased fashion. Sadly, that is rarely true as we are all susceptible to a multitude of cognitive biases. Our decisions are shaped by emotional ... Read more
Daniel Berick
DANIEL BERICK  |  FRIDAY, 13 DEC 2019
As is the case with any sophisticated business enterprise, a family office will have a variety of legal needs to address in the course of its operations, and will need legal advice from specialists across a wide range of specific substantive legal areas. ... Read more
Jonathan Steffanoni
JONATHAN STEFFANONI , DESIREE LUCCHESE  |  FRIDAY, 22 JUN 2018
In a 1970 article in the New York Times magazine, Nobel Laureate and late University of Chicago professor Milton Friedman pronounced that the social responsibility of business is to increase its profits. Read more
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