Treasurer’s announcement to allow electronic execution of documents and communications is welcomed by Governance Institute, but virtual AGMs placed in holding pattern
Governance Institute of Australia recently welcomed the Treasurer’s announcement that temporary regulations that allowed organisations to execute and send documents electronically during the pandemic will be made permanent. However, the regulations allowing virtual AGMs, due to expire in March 2020, have only been extended to September.
As governance hits the headlines – for all the wrong reasons - a stark reminder has been served about why good governance must be a priority if 2021 is to be successfully navigated. Governance Institute of Australia CEO Megan Motto examines the key lessons from the year so far and outlines a good governance and risk management checklist.
A new whitepaper examines how board evaluations can drive board effectiveness (sponsored article).
Governance and risk management issues are set to stay in the national spotlight in 2021. Governance Institute outlines its key policy and advocacy initiatives for the new year - plus a look at the major developments from 2020.
Melbourne Fashion Festival and RISING announced as latest Governance Institute arts collaborators