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  1. YYNAC-CEO-October-2017.docx

    in the public arena. Key selection criteria Be of Aboriginal decent and actively engaged as an Aboriginal person ... and Community member. A proven knowledge and understanding of Yorta Yorta People and other First Nations ... with Indigenous Peoples including other First Nation Peoples, Governments and their agencies, NGO’s, community

    Available at: Chief executive officer

    Created: 23 October 2017

  2. 14_0171_FACT SHEET_corporation_size_and_reporting_v2-0_web.pdf

    corporations that receive public funding Exemptions In some circumstances the Registrar may exempt

    Available at: Corporation size and reporting

    Created: 2 May 2016

  3. Transfer to CATSI (NSW) guide

    How to transfer incorporation of a New South Wales association (registered under the Associations Incorporation Act 2009 (NSW)) to the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act).

    Other publication | Created: 23 February 2017

  4. 17_0081_FACTSHEET--Directors-duties_web-A4singles.pdf

    17_0081_FACTSHEET--Directors-duties_web-A4singles.pdf Fact sheet: Duties of directors and other ... and other offi cers of a corporaƟ on, such as a duty of loyalty and a duty of care. The CATSI Act also ... imposes duƟ es on directors and other offi cers. Some of these duƟ es overlap. Directors and other offi

    Available at: Duties of directors and other officers

    Created: 17 September 2017

  5. 17_0081_FACTSHEET--Directors-duties_web_A3spread.pdf

    es on directors and other offi cers of a corporaƟ on, such as a duty of loyalty and a duty of care. ... The CATSI Act also imposes duƟ es on directors and other offi cers. Some of these duƟ es overlap. Directors ... and other offi cers owe these duƟ es to the whole corporaƟ on—this means to all its members— and also

    Available at: Duties of directors and other officers

    Created: 17 September 2017

  6. ORIC yearbook 2015–16: Case study: An unusual circumstance

    to consider the options—either to appoint a special administrator or take some other action to resolve ... the Registrar replaced the need for resolutions (other than special resolutions) to be approved by 75 per cent

    Other publication | Created: 28 November 2016

  7. ORIC yearbook 2015–16: Case study: Special administration—CAAAPU restored and renewed

    by mid June 2016. A new CEO was employed who has extensive experience in managing alcohol and other drug

    Other publication | Created: 28 November 2016

  8. Registrar and ACNC continue ties to reduce reporting obligations

    for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations in complying with reporting and other notification ... the same information to the ACNC. Public information reported to ORIC is shared by ORIC with the ACNC ... to ensure the public databases of both agencies are consistent and up-to-date. The underlying principle

    Media Release | Created: 8 November 2017

  9. Establishing

    an income greater than zero, the average income was $1,436,136, compared to $844,905 in 2013–14. In other ... of the public, members or creditors. Consistent with the last few years, in 2016–17 Queensland corporations were ... we have quarterly meetings with the Department of Health and the Commonwealth Director of Public

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

  10. The top 500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations 2014-15: Appendix

    Rank 2014–15 Rank 2013–14 Income 2014–15 Change (%) Employees Change (%) State 1 3 $88,873,326 49.0% 368-4.4% NT 2 2 $65,246,565-0.9% 48-4.0% NT 3 5 $39,255,537-5.2% 307-4.4% NT 4 7 $34,547,700 8.6% 150-62.5% NT 5 6 $33,473,272 4.4% 111-12.6% WA 6 8 $32,6

    Other publication | Created: 1 September 2016

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