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|... 200 boards in 2015, there were 28 companies with all-male board lineups. AICD chief executive and managing director Angus Armour said the achievement should be celebrated, representing a great shift among the country's largest companies. "This is testament ...|
|... position on virtual AGMs. Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) chief executive and managing director Angus Armour said the changes to disclosure obligations will help companies against class actions and insurance costs. "This reform provides ...|
|... after the AICD challenged Australia's biggest public companies to meet the target by the end of 2018. AICD chief Angus Armour said that although it was late, it was still a great achievement. "While the target was reached later than planned, this is ...|
|... Australians. Preceding the hearings, Australian Institute of Company Directors managing director and chief executive Angus Armour says it was clear poor governance practices had existed within both retail and industry superannuation funds. "Most directors ...|
|... offshore markets and in structuring credit transactions." Hunter succeeds current managing director and chief executive Angus Armour, who spent 10 years in the role. Armour moves to a position with the New South Wales Government. "The Board would like ...|
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Hostplus and Intrust Super have finalised their merger, as first reported by Financial Standard in May.
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A $2 billion industry fund has reduced its insurance premiums by more than 17%.
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Perpetual Asset Management Australia launched one active ETF and is gearing up to launch a second.
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La Trobe Financial has been fined for misleading investors in its $5 billion fund.
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