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Changes expected to accounting treatment of share based payments
Changes expected to accounting treatment of share based payments   The accounting expense of share based payments features in all company remun... more

Singapore updates its governance principles
Anecdotally, there appears to be a significant increase the number of directors who hold board seats in more than one country.  Two countries whe... more

Australian government budget initiatives give rise to board remuneration committee planning issues
Government initiatives to achieve a budget surplus give rise to potential contingencies that should be on a board remuneration committee’s radar. &nb... more

An oversight checklist so that executive pay does not become a board distraction
Most companies that suffered an executive remuneration 1st strike under Australia’s two strikes law were first time “offenders”.  In many, if not... more

Should boards allow a re-test of long-term incentive achievement? A checklist for the remuneration committee
Many ASX listed companies still allow for re-tests in their long-term incentive (LTI) plan.  A re-test is a provision in incentive plans that all... more

Government releases legislation for superannuation fund remuneration disclosure and governance
On 27 April, the Minister for Financial Services, The Hon Bill Shorten MP, released an exposure draft of the legislation the government proposes to in... more

The US eases remuneration and other disclosure requirements for start-up companies – a path for Australia?
In Australia, life seems to get more difficult for small listed companies.  This includes the unhelpful 2009 changes to the tax treatment of opti... more

Shareholders’ proxies may be disregarded again this proxy season
Readers may recall that we pointed out that the two strikes law has some drafting errors that mean regular shareholders (i.e. those who are not key ma... more

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