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Unbalanced penalties?
Criticism from some commentators of the penalties or lack of them imposed on the non-executive directors in the Centro case raises the question whet... more

ACSI issues up-dated corporate governance guidelines
The Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI) represents industry superannuation funds that account for about 25% of the Australian market... more

AGM remuneration report resolution problems acknowledged by ASIC
On 10 August 2011, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) acknowledged that the new two strikes law has problems, and is offeri... more

Australian Treasury receives submissions on executive pay “remuneration recommendation” regulations
The Australian government’s executive remuneration legislation, including the new “2 strikes” rule, was a rushed affair that sought feedback over the ... more

Proxy firm personnel departures
The management team at ISS Australia has resigned prior to the start of the main Australian proxy season and the 1st year of the 2 strikes rule. &nbs... more

Canada’s new pay rules
It is not just Australia implementing new executive remuneration rules.  We have already noted changes in US disclosures (see HERE), as well as U... more

Accountings standards on remuneration reporting to change
The Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB) will no longer require the reporting of individual KMP remuneration as currently prescribed in the ac... more

Unanimous disapproval of Australian government’s 2 strikes legislation by all stakeholders – latest survey results
Over 100 representatives from the four main governance constituencies – major superannuation funds, fund managers, non-executive directors and senior ... more

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