The Special Needs of Financial Services Boards Was the misconduct in financial services enabled by directors who did not understand their businesses? This is the… Read More »The Special Needs of Financial Services Boards
PFS Principal Ian Laughlin is a member of a Working Group of the Actuaries Institute that has prepared this paper for the Institute’s Pandemic Resource… Read More »Risk Management Implications of Coronavirus (COVID-19) for Non-Executive Directors
Issues of service delivery, utilisation, funding, and strategy in the health and hospital sector are always challenging, even more so now as a result of… Read More »PFS Consulting can help the Health and Hospital Sector with the challenges it faces
An organisation’s success depends on how well board and committee members work together to drive company goals, align resources, and reinforce the organisational culture and… Read More »Five steps for best practice board and committee performance reviews
Staying ahead of the wave: will the recommendations from the Royal Commission cause a tsunami of changes for executive remuneration?
Tucked neatly in the Royal Commission report, starting on page 347, is a little section that focuses on Executive Remuneration. This section has received little… Read More »Staying ahead of the wave: will the recommendations from the Royal Commission cause a tsunami of changes for executive remuneration?
By now you have probably begun analysing the findings of the Hayne Royal Commission – however if you need a top line catch up, here’s our summary,… Read More »A five-minute summary of the Hayne Royal Commission findings
It’s been called Australia’s most scathing regulatory report to date. The Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority’s (APRA) inquiry into a succession of conduct and compliance issues at… Read More »The collaboration conundrum: Lessons from the APRA/CBA report
Upgrading your organisation’s digital infrastructure was once a way to stand out from the crowd. Now, it’s a necessity in order to avoid missing out… Read More »Governance in the digital age – is your board ready?