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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Independence insight

Global perspectives: evolving expectations for board and director independence. explains John Roe - Managing Director, Head of ISS Analytics

Governance for the Modern Era

A closer look on how to achieve best practice for enterprise governance management and evaluating performance, writes Anderson Dy, PhD - Vice President of Sales for Northern/Eastern Europe and Africa, Diligent Corporation

Understanding risk in the strategy-setting process

Organisations need to be more adaptive to change in order to confidently handle the future, explains Paul J. Sobel - Chairman, the Committee of Sponsoring Organisations of the Treadway Commission (COSO)

So what does good governance look like?

How investors and boards can move from a tick-the-box approach to actions that are meaningful, explains Beatriz Araújo & Joanna Hewitt -both Partners at Baker McKenzie LLP, London  

Gender diversity in Australia

Australian boards edge closer to the 30 per cent target but shouldn’t parity be the ultimate goal? explains Nicola Wakefield Evans - Chair of the Australian Chapter of the 30% Club

ESG risks and opportunities

Investor expectations regarding environmental, social and governance investments, writes Linda-Eling Lee - Global Head of Research, MSCI

Indian Hotels Company: Rated five stars for corporate governance

Ethical Boardroom talks to Puneet Chhatwal about IHCL’s foundation of integrity, transparency and ethical values

Far-reaching impacts of our natural capital

Integrated reporting recognises an organisation’s impact on the assets it uses to create value, explains Richard Howitt - CEO, International Integrated Reporting Council

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