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Reinforcing a good culture based around ethical conduct and accountability as part of governance frameworks will be vital to acting on the Commission’s report. The Governance Institute of Australia welcomes the release of the Banking Royal Commission’s final report, and especially its focus on fixing the sector’s failings of culture and governance.
The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry will no doubt provide a sobering insight into the sector’s governance failings, driven by a culture of profits over service.
Megan Motto, Chief Executive Officer, Governance Institute of Australia today welcomed the strong opening statements from the Honourable Richard Tracey and Ms Lynelle Briggs concerning the protection of whistleblowers, starting the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety off on a strong foundation.
Royal commission into aged care to drive focus on governance, ethics and risk management in board leadership
Governance Institute of Australia welcomes the opening of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety on Friday 18 January. Transparency from industry leaders around their governance and risk management practices will be key to addressing some of the worrying revelations exposed in the past year, says Megan Motto, Chief Executive Officer, Governance Institute of Australia.
Governance Institute of Australia is proud to announce the winners of the 2019 Chant Legacy.
- Dane Moores, Acting Manager of Policy, World Vision Australia (Canberra)
- Jill Rudeforth, Director, Yawuru Agricultural and Pastoral Company (Broome)
Rachel Rees FGIA has been appointed as President of Governance Institute of Australia — the leading professional membership association for every one with governance or risk management responsibilities. Rachel will take on the role from 1 January 2019.