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  1. May 2015: Choosing your directors

    (AGM)—but there are exceptions so check your rule book. Some corporations appoint their board of directors ... service on the ORIC website You’ll soon be able to find and appoint your own independent directors ... by looking through the Registrar’s independent directory at www.oric.gov.au. Just list your corporation’s

    Created: 8 May 2015

  2. Information and resources

    Minimbah Pre-school, Primary School Aboriginal Corporation ORIC Oracle newsletter The ORIC Oracle ... 2016). The ORIC Oracle newsletter communicates practical information to corporations (its target ... chose to receive the ORIC Oracle by electronic means. Both html and pdf versions of each edition

    Yearbook section | Created: 28 November 2016

  3. Oracle newsletter, November 2015: Complaints and how to manage them (centrespread)

    rule) Before making a complaint to ORIC, try to sort it out with your corporation. freecall: 1800 622 ... newsletter ORIC Oracle November 2015: Complaints and how to manage them. ... outcome are you after? Check your rule book for guidance Complainant: make your complaint Contact your

    Other publication | Created: 13 November 2015

  4. 17_00XX_ORIC_yearbook_2016-17_v1-0_72dpi_ALLpages.pdf

    communities. To better manage its money, what does your corporation need? oric gov au/oracle-surveyos te ... and themes for ORIC Oracle newsletters (see p. 51). Strategic risk framework 2017 ORIC strategic risk ... Oracle, ‘How your money story fl ows’. Bank account Try to minimise cash transactions. It’s best

    Available at: ORIC yearbook 2016–17

    Created: 9 November 2017

  5. 17_00XX_ORIC_yearbook_2016-17_v1-0_72dpi_ALLpages.pdf

    communities. To better manage its money, what does your corporation need? oric gov au/oracle-surveyos te ... and themes for ORIC Oracle newsletters (see p. 51). Strategic risk framework 2017 ORIC strategic risk ... Oracle, ‘How your money story fl ows’. Bank account Try to minimise cash transactions. It’s best

    Available at: ORIC yearbook 2016–17

    Created: 8 November 2017

  6. Establishing

    issue of the ORIC Oracle, ‘ How your money story flows ’. Amend legislation and regulations To operate ... revisions to guidance such as policy statements; and themes for ORIC Oracle newsletters. Engage stakeholders ... on the full range of functions of the Registrar. ORIC also publishes an annual report on the activities

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

  7. Oracle_newsletter--separation-of-powers_Nov_2014_72dpi.pdf

    it comes to their role. In this edition of the ORIC Oracle we look at the differences between the roles ... for the right occasion’. REMINDERS! HAVE YOU CALLED YOUR AGM? All corporations must hold an annual general ... meeting (AGM) before 30 November Time is running out to lodge your 2013–14 reports Reports must be lodged

    Available at: November 2014: Separation of roles

    Created: 20 November 2014

  8. 13_0087_Oracle-August_2013_v1-0_WEB.pdf

    .gov.au website: www.oric.gov.au AGM and annual reporting time Attention charities There is no change in reporting ... assistance filling in your reports or some extra time, contact us. ORIC is here to help you. Background RASAC ... 13_0087_Oracle-August_2013_v1-0_WEB.pdf EXPERIENCE and GOOD ORDER 13_0 08 7 IS S N 1 83 6-1 43

    Available at: August 2013: Chairing meetings

    Created: 21 November 2013

  9. ORIC yearbook 2014–15: Performance reporting | Communications

    (May 2015) Registers of members and former members (May 2015). ORIC Oracle newsletter The ORIC Oracle ... edition adopts a different theme. Over 2014−15 the ORIC Oracle looked at ‘ independent directors’ (August ... See ORIC yearbook 2014–15 table of contents Communications The Registrar produces a variety

    Other publication | Created: 14 October 2015

  10. Resolutions and voting

    Meetings for members ORIC Oracle newsletter: Making decisions (August 2017) ... of the resolution is required to pass it (unless your rule book replaces this rule with a different amount). ... that are counted. You do not count the number of members present that abstained from voting. If your corporation

    Created: 6 June 2018

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