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Directors’ fees remain static

11 September 2013

Media release
The Institute of Directors in New Zealand (IoD), in conjunction with dsd Consulting, has released its 2013 Directors’ Fees Report. The report is a key source of information on director remuneration trends in the New Zealand market.

Looking to Make a Difference in Your Community?

12 July 2013

New Zealand’s 20 District Health Boards (DHBs) oversee large enterprises. Between them they allocate $11 billion in funding and employ around 60,000 people. Each DHB will consist of up to 11 members ­­– and from 19 July to 16 August they are calling for nominations for board members. Retiring Waikato District Health Board chair Graeme Milne talks about the challenges and rewards of the role.

The Queen's Birthday Honours 2013

12 June 2013

The Institute of Directors in New Zealand (IoD) congratulates the following members who have been appointed to various levels of the New Zealand Order of Merit.

Having something at stake

08 May 2013

Published: NZ Herald

Which Kiwi directors have got 'skin in the game' and does it really matter? Alexander Speirs and Brierley Penn report

Callaghan a chance to get innovation right

17 April 2013

Published: Unlimited
Callaghan Innovation, with the support of business leaders, has a chance to lift our innovation performance after more than two decades of government tinkering, say veteran directors Rick Christie and Helen Anderson.

Michael Stiassny praises finance director jailing

17 April 2013

Published: NBR
Insolvency specialist Michael Stiassny has opened the Institute of Directors national conference this morning by tipping his hat to a High Court judge who locked up the first finance company directors.

Ngai Tahu boss urges collaboration with iwi

17 April 2013

Published: Unlimited
Ngai Tahu chair Mark Solomon told directors in Auckland yesterday they could help maximise the potential of the $37 billion Maori economy by supporting that ethnicity's young workers and joining forces with iwi.