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Cavell Leitch
Penalties for breaches are harsh, so directors should know their duties to the company, shareholders, and third parties.
Chapman Tripp
The quality of disclosure is improving but has a way to go, despite a recent reminder about costs of getting it wrong.
Duncan Cotterill
Many directors and business owners see corporate governance as secondary to the day to day operations of the company.
Chapman Tripp
Companies with, and thinking of adopting, an ESS as part of their remuneration package should review their arrangements.
Chapman Tripp
Directors should have the opportunity to identify conflicts of interest and to absent themselves from those discussions.
Chapman Tripp
It appears that regulatory risk will once again feature in the mergers and acquisitions market. .
Chapman Tripp
FMA has left the listed company field to the NZX and has concentrated on unlisted companies and public sector entities.
Cavell Leitch
The start of a new calendar year is as good of a time as any to undertake a debt recovery health check for your business.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
It seems that the courts will decide that these clauses are not enforceable, but they create an evidential presumption.
Gryphon Management Consultants
I recently took my car in to get its yearly warrant of fitness (WoF) check.
Cavell Leitch
A recent Australian court case tested the application of the unfair contract terms regime to small business contracts.
Duncan Cotterill
The bill will clarify and modernise the law, and place obligations on trustees to disclose information to beneficiaries.
Gryphon Management Consultants
Behavioural governance and the Third Team and why they are the future of governance for high performing organisations. .
Gryphon Management Consultants
Corrupt corporate behaviour is caused by poor corporate governance and is not stopped by regulations and fines. .
Gryphon Management Consultants
For world class governance, the NZRFU needs to diversify its board. .
Gryphon Management Consultants
Organisations are lead by 3 teams being the board, the executive and thirdly, a merger of the board and the executive. .
Gryphon Management Consultants
Discusses issues that arise for companies when a person sits as director on too many boards.
Gryphon Management Consultants
Discussion of factors that lead to doping scandals and steps to prevent them including selection of appropriate directors. .
Pinsent Masons LLP
Businesses that issue tokens and cryptocurrencies in return for investment in New Zealand will be considered to be issuing securities, the country's Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has said.
Cavell Leitch
Difficult requirements and significant FMCA penalties can discourage organisations from planning a public capital raise.
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Chapman Tripp
It appears that regulatory risk will once again feature in the mergers and acquisitions market. .
Chapman Tripp
Directors should have the opportunity to identify conflicts of interest and to absent themselves from those discussions.
Chapman Tripp
FMA has left the listed company field to the NZX and has concentrated on unlisted companies and public sector entities.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
It seems that the courts will decide that these clauses are not enforceable, but they create an evidential presumption.
Cavell Leitch
The start of a new calendar year is as good of a time as any to undertake a debt recovery health check for your business.
Duncan Cotterill
The Act comes into force on 1 September 2017, with an increasing shift towards user-friendly and modernised legislation.
Cavell Leitch
A recent Australian court case tested the application of the unfair contract terms regime to small business contracts.
Gryphon Management Consultants
Discussion of factors that lead to doping scandals and steps to prevent them including selection of appropriate directors. .
Gryphon Management Consultants
Discusses issues that arise for companies when a person sits as director on too many boards.
Gryphon Management Consultants
For world class governance, the NZRFU needs to diversify its board. .
Gryphon Management Consultants
Corrupt corporate behaviour is caused by poor corporate governance and is not stopped by regulations and fines. .
Chapman Tripp
The directors did not need to consider the creditors' interests when determining the fairness of their own remuneration.
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