Elon Musk

14 March, 2019

How should a board manage a maverick CEO?

How do you solve a problem like Elon Musk? The impulsive chief executive of Tesla seems rarely out of the news. But it’...
Rio Tinto

27 November, 2017

Investor ire sees Sir Mick Davis’s Rio Tinto chairmanship plan shelved

Investor agitation has forced Rio Tinto to backtrack on plans to appoint Conservative Party CEO Sir Mick Davis as chairman. The Investor Forum, a group of shareholders which represents some 20% of ...
Rio Tinto

14 November, 2017

Conservative Party CEO lined up for mining return with Rio Tinto

Conservative Party chief executive Sir Mick Davis could be set for a return to the mining industry, with reports suggesting he will take over from Jan Du Plessis as Rio Tinto chairman. Sir Mick was...
Audit stamp, audit quality, auditor reporting

3 November, 2017

SEC approves enhanced auditor reporting and communication

The US markets regulator has approved new audit rules that will increase the level of information provided by auditors about the work they’ve undertaken. Communication of "critical audit matters"...
Rio Tinto

19 October, 2017

Ex-Rio Tinto CEO and CFO charged with fraud over ‘inflated’ asset values

The former CEO and CFO of Rio Tinto have been charged with fraud by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), after allegedly inflating the value of its ill-fated Mozambique coal mine acquisiti...
Philippines, Metro Manila, Makati

23 June, 2017

Philippines faces corporate governance ‘obstacles’

 The biggest obstacle to raising corporate governance standards in the Philippines to a regional and global par is the failure of local listed companies to adapt to key regulations under the ...