Regulators who come knocking
What happens when the pendulum on self-regulation starts to swing back in?
Dr Ashley Bloomfield is ready to sit at a different table after his high-stakes hand in New Zealand’s Covid-19 response.
Dr Rod Carr says action will happen fast if directors are made liable for the consequences of their decisions.
Two IoD members were among independent directors recently honoured by the New Zealand Shareholders’ Association.
The Financial Markets Authority has new responsibilities, new powers and a new approach based around outcomes.
Listed company boards have a tricky risk environment to manage, says Joost van Amelsfort, chief executive of NZ RegCo.
Toitū Tahua chair Bridget Coates says clear board leadership is arguably the most important lever for change in the climate battle.
Get ahead of the curve and seize the reputation-building opportunity that excellence in climate reporting presents.
‘Getting Real – A blueprint for commercially smart climate transition’ gives directors and businesses an action plan.
Rachel Afeaki-Taumoepeau encourages boards to be curious and better understand the differences and benefits between governance models.
Gender-related barriers still exist in the workplace, with women who have children also facing a ‘mum penalty’.
Mind the Gap says only 63 businesses will be reporting their gender pay gaps on their registry by October.
A good director wants to be challenged because that means the auditor is doing their job, and in turn the director is fulfilling theirs.
Rising inflation and labour shortages have added to the Covid-19 melting pot, crippling global supply chains and trade growth.
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Boards and directors are facing myriad challenges and many of these will only increase in scale and importance in 2023.
Jacinda Ardern's world charm offensive, what's next for tourism, and navigating supply chain chaos.
In this issue we look at how land is once again at the heart of the global economy.