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Corporate governance and ethics post-Banking RC: could a human rights approach be the answer?
Perhaps an ethical corporate culture consistent with internationally-recognised human rights norms is a necessary model.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
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Harnessing your data assets: opportunities and threats for Australian companies
Implementing best practice data governance will increasingly become a business imperative to ensure it is used ethically.
Australia
20 May 2019
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Why now is the time to revisit your organisation compliance culture
A strong compliance culture is needed to introduce a whistleblower regime for tax-related misconduct and contraventions.
Australia
20 May 2019
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Brave new world: New whistleblower laws have finally passed in Australia
The Whistleblower Bill requires all public companies and large proprietary companies to have a whistleblower policy.
Australia
4 Mar 2019
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Beyond the Banking Royal Commission: 9 key implications of the Hayne Report for corporate Australia
Although the focus of the Commission was on the financial sector, many of the issues were common across other industries.
Australia
11 Feb 2019
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Modern Slavery Act: compliance cost or business opportunity?
The compliance requirements of this Act should be an opportunity for businesses to demonstrate respect for human rights.
Australia
18 Jan 2019
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NSW Modern Slavery Act and Commonwealth Slavery Bill: How will organisations be affected by the reporting requirements?
Both regimes aim to ensure that companies provide a modern slavery statement available for customers and the public.
Australia
5 Jul 2018
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Foreign bribery regime: Proposed reforms will heighten risk levels
The Commonwealth government has released a consultation paper on proposed reforms to Australia's foreign bribery regime.
Australia
10 Apr 2017
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Anti-bribery and corruption compliance - Do you pass the front page of the newspaper test?
Company directors and executives must examine their risk profile and assess their anti-bribery and corruption measures.
Australia
11 Apr 2016
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A fish rots (only) from the head - the leaders are to blame!
The leaders of an organisation should prevent conduct breaches, and take steps to detect and remedy any that might occur.
Australia
29 Feb 2016
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High Court allows agreed civil penalty submissions with regulators
The High Court set aside the Full Court decision and stated that regulators can actively make civil penalty submissions.
Australia
28 Dec 2015
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High Court confirms that courts can consider penalty agreements in civil penalty proceedings
Penalty agreements between prosecutors and defendants in civil penalty proceedings are not prohibited.
Australia
14 Dec 2015
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"Go Directly to Jail. Do Not Pass Go! Do Not Collect $200" – It's better to play a straight bat when complying with statutory notices from ASIC and the ACCC
Receiving a compulsory statutory notice from ASIC or the ACCC should put even the most seasoned director on alert..
Australia
26 Oct 2015
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Australian Senate to inquire into the effectiveness of Australia's foreign anti-bribery measures
The Senate is set to hold an inquiry into the effectiveness of Australian laws designed to tackle foreign bribery.
Australia
22 Jul 2015
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