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Too much or too little information? The role of a secretary is to get the balance right. Shutterstock

So what’s a secretary to do? Banking Royal Commission raises questions about what’s in minutes

Proceedings at the banking royal commission suggest if it isn't in the minutes of a board meeting, the board didn't consider it. It makes the role of the company secretary critical.
The funds for the court will see the appointment of two new judges to. deal with civil cases. David Crosling/AAP

Government to provide more funds for prosecuting bank crime

Frydenberg and Porter said ASIC’s increased enforcement activity was expected to lead to “more prosecutions by the CDPP and more civil corporate misconduct cases before the Federal Court.”
Women in investment management report an “ingrained” culture of sexism. This includes stereotyped views of women being best suited to administrative roles. Shutterstock

For the sake of our retirement savings, it’s time to reform the investment management boys’ club

Women in investment management face sexist treatment and no accommodation of parenting responsibilities. That's bad news for a sector critical to all Australians’ economic security.
Board-level risk indicators include one person dominating meetings or a culture of blaming and withholding information. Shutterstock

There is nothing sacrosanct about corporate culture; we can and must regulate it

It is a furphy that regulation for good corporate culture is impossible. It is done in the Netherlands and it is already under way in Australia, albeit in an unacknowledged, and limited, form.

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