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King III Draft places spotlight on board appraisal.
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Insurance risk goalposts change as new guidelines are introduced.
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Avoiding conflicts of interest in the workplace.
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Areas of work are:  Financial, Legal, Information Management, Internal Audit, Properties, Equity/Investment Analysts, Corporate Finance/Private Equity,...
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Smart companies are now regarding BEE as part of the solution and not the problem.
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The Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment Act No. 53 of 2003 became law in January 2004. That Act however is only the skeleton for BBBEE. The details around...
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The good, bad and ugly of new BBBEE codes.
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Necessary evil or glamorised economic justice? 
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There are new challenges facing trustees. 
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Maintaining professionalism during a resignation is essential.
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Building an effective board is absolutely critical for a venture backed, emerging company and it during the early stages that the foundation for a successful board...
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The buck stops with directors.
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Risk mitigation must be top of CEOs' to-do lists.
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King III Governance Principles apply to all organisations, including privately-owned companies.The King III Code on Corporate Governance has far-reaching application.
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Generally Accepted Compliance Practice Framework sets standards for outsourcing. FAIS, (Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act 2002), requires...
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Practices and fees report indicates certain challenges and expectations won't ease in 2010.

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