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  • ACSI critical of ASX 200 codes of conduct and whistleblowing
  • Loan backed share plans not common
  • BEAR - More legislation on the way
  • AMP Capital's Review of the 2017 Voting Season
  • Corporate governance requirements for AIM companies   

  • Consumer sector NEDs received the highest fee increases  
  • What is the typical combined incentive?
  • Global financial regulator makes clear the need to adjust pay for "fuzzy" non-financial factors
  • BEAR becomes law 
  • ISS buys EVA firm 
  • US Tax on executive compensation will directly impact some ASX listed companies 
  • This month's advertisement: do your equity accounting valuations meet requirements?  

  • What can remuneration committees expect in the year ahead? 
  • The relationship between executive remuneration voting and company performance
  • ASIC reports on the AGM season

  • Should retail super board members be worried about the level of director fees?
  • The acceptability of alternative remuneration that is fit for purpose: save this date 
  • Proxy adviser regulation: where to from here? 
  • What is the BEAR up to? 
  • Women leadership equity undergoing continuous improvement except, apparently, in the board room 
  • Banking remuneration under the microscope again 
  • A proxy adviser code of conduct already exists

  • Nobel Prize integrates economics with behaviour 
  • Australia slowly makes headway with a stewardship code
  • UK's Investment Association suggests companies reduce pay for performance 

  • Key takeaways for boards from CPA Australia's independent review

  • APRA's Official View is the BEAR is No Big Deal
  • APRA's CBA Enquiry Should Be on Rem Committees' Watchlist

  • Legislation will require superannuation funds to have general meetings with members
  • APRA to focus on private health insurers’ governance, including executive remuneration
  • Pressure to disclose climate change risk: a board checklist

  • ASIC says superannuation fund remuneration disclosures inadequate
  • Employee remuneration trusts: the Tax Commissioner thinks differently

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