Corporate Governance Forum 2016

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Organisations are now looking to their governance professionals to help enable performance — to bring their 'A' game. And Corporate Governance Forum is where you get it. 

This is an unmissable opportunity for you to come together with like-minded professionals and address head-on the latest emerging issues in governance and risk management. You’ll hear from the leading experts, share concepts with your peers and leave equipped with information, knowledge and strategies you can apply on the job.

The focus will be on whole-of-organisation governance and how to put it into practice — from the boardroom to the staffroom.

The forum is held in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.  Click on city below to download an event program.


The forum will run in five cities on the following dates:

Sydney Perth Melbourne Adelaide Brisbane
25 May
26 May
1 June
2 June (half day)
Thursday 2 and Friday 3 June
2 June (full day)


Who should attend?

The Corporate Governance Forum is suitable for:

  • SMEs and large businesses
  • ASX-listed companies
  • charities and not-for-profit organisations
  • churches.

It will provide essential and practical skills and expertise for:

  • directors
  • company secretaries
  • governance professionals
  • risk managers
  • legal advisers
  • accountants.


Click on a city in the table above to register for Corporate Governance Forum.

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Corporate governance practices are an important component of market integrity. Company secretaries are at the front line in maintaining Australia's outstanding reputation for capital markets' integrity. Belinda Gibson, former Deputy Chair, Australian Securities & Investments Commission