King III Draft places spotlight on board appraisal.
Insurance risk goalposts change as new guidelines are introduced.
Avoiding conflicts of interest in the workplace.
Areas of work are: Financial, Legal, Information Management, Internal Audit, Properties, Equity/Investment Analysts, Corporate Finance/Private Equity,...
Smart companies are now regarding BEE as part of the solution and not the problem.
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...
The good, bad and ugly of new BBBEE codes.
Necessary evil or glamorised economic justice?
There are new challenges facing trustees.
Maintaining professionalism during a resignation is essential.
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...
The buck stops with directors.
Risk mitigation must be top of CEOs' to-do lists.
King III Governance Principles apply to all organisations, including privately-owned companies.The King III Code on Corporate Governance has far-reaching application.
Generally Accepted Compliance Practice Framework sets standards for outsourcing. FAIS, (Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act 2002), requires...
Practices and fees report indicates certain challenges and expectations won't ease in 2010.