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Directors have a duty to ensure that the organisations which they govern are sustainable through disruptive events and create the culture in which business opportunities are chosen wisely. Organisational sustainability and resilience are the ability and capacity of a corporation to withstand potential significant business interruption and is becoming more important than ever before. Sustainability is not only about being able to respond to a single crisis or setback, but about continuously anticipating and adjusting to trends that can permanently alter the viability of a business.
As a result, Corporate Governance continues to be one of the hottest topics in the corporate environment. The Company Secretarial Procedures Manual is presented clearly and is written non-legalistic to help Corporate Governance professionals handle the administrative and compliance practices required under the Corporations Act.
Due to the popularity of the manual, it will be updated five times in 2012 and will continue to feature the section authored by Tom Middleton on methods of investigation and enforcement used by ASIC when performing its regulatory functions under the Corporations Act and ASIC Act. An explanation of ASIC’s powers, including ASIC’s investigative powers, ASIC’s powers to conduct administrative hearings and court proceedings, together with practical guidelines, commentary on the relevant law and ASIC guidelines, are provided to ensure you have the necessary information.
This valuable manual ensures that you are have the knowledge and resources to meet all of your organisation’s Corporate Governance obligations, including:
- the latest ASIC announcements and annual reporting requirements for superannuation funds;
- legislative changes affecting Corporate Governance professional and their role;
- the latest rulings from the ATO and how it affects your role and the responsibilities;
- crucial developments in corporate governance;
- the role various regulatory bodies play and what their powers are;
- the steps involved in incorporation, administration and winding up of companies;
- how to appoint a director, and how to remove one; and
- shares and registers, audits, securities.
The Baxt Report is a newsletter providing practitioners and professionals with timely information about developments in Australian corporate law. Detailing the impact of legislative, case law and regulatory changes on the operation of Australian corporations, the Baxt Report is business-focussed and takes account of day-to-day commercial realities.
The Report publishes approximately five times each year and is available in looseleaf, CD and online formats for Company Secretarial Procedures subscribers.
Company Secretarial Procedures is also available as a package bundle with The Accountants’ Manual, called The Accountants Manual 2 Volume. This will ensure you are covered on all key tax and accounting issues and tools - everything from taxation and business law
to accounting and government assistance.
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