Corporate governance in Australia
The state of corporate governance in Australia has received media and policy attention in the last eighteen months as the social and financial implications of major corporate collapses come to light. Most prominent in the local financial press have been the investigations of governance irregularities (and allegations of illegal management behaviour) in HIH and OneTel, with supporting roles from companies such as Harris Scarfe and AMP. Overseas players in the unfolding governance drama...[Show more]
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