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  1. Corporation charged for not lodging reports

    is charged with failing to lodge its annual reports for 2008–09. This is the first time charges have been ... ‘Information from annual reports is used to update important details about Aboriginal and Torres Strait ... registered under the CATSI Act are required to lodge reports with the Registrar each year. Last year,

    Media Release | Created: 12 June 2013

  2. Deputy chief executive officer

    annual leave per annum, plus 17.5% leave loading ten days paid personal leave per annum two weeks study

    Created: 9 April 2018

  3. General report

    this general report on the public Register of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporations. Privacy ... General report ISS1600_2017-03.indd ISS 1600 (revised 2016-09) Page 1 of 12 IMPORTANT — Please read ... Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act) General report About this form This form is a general report that all

    Available at: General report

    Created: 18 September 2017

  4. PS-04 Registration under the CATSI Act_v7-0.pdf

    may exempt corporations from lodging annual reports and from other provisions of the CATSI Act. F. ... to the public interest 5.1 The Registrar will refuse to grant an application for registration under section ... 26-1(2)(f) if satisfied that registering the corporation would be contrary to the public interest. 5.2

    Available at: PS-04 Registration under the CATSI Act

    Created: 2 March 2018

  5. Sectoral information

    As part of annual reporting under the CATSI Act, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ... the top 500 corporations operated, 2014–15 Note: Six corporations did not report any sector at all. During ... 2014–15, 323 (64.6 per cent) of the top 500 corporations reported that they were active in one sector only

    Top 500 report section | Created: 29 May 2017

  6. Registrar's year in review

    compliant with their reporting obligations. This year, for the seventh year in a row, over 95 per cent ... growth: revenue has grown by 77 per cent, from $1.08 billion to $1.92 billion average annual revenue ... the online public register and the register of disqualified officers were brand new. They’re now a core part

    Yearbook section | Created: 15 December 2017

  7. 17_0073_ORIC-yearbook-2016-17_v1-3_72dpi_ALL.pdf

    to produce an annual report, the Registrar believes it is appropriate and good practice to publish a yearbook ... annual report of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PMC), available at pmc.gov.au. ... the public register i.e. do a ‘search for a corporation’. 96.5% of corporations met reporting requirements

    Available at: ORIC yearbook 2016–17

    Created: 6 February 2018

  8. ORICMR1415-31_Registrar_obtains_further_convictions_for_reporting_breach.pdf

    must lodge an annual report with the Registrar. Since the Registrar’s previous media release on 28 ... reports with the Registrar. Seven corporations that failed to lodge their 2011–12 annual returns were ... their 2013–14 annual returns. Currently 96 per cent of corporations have met their 2013–14 reporting

    Available at: Registrar obtains further convictions for reporting breaches

    Created: 23 April 2015

  9. Directors

    the publication of the first top 500 report, the average number of directors per corporation has remained ... of directors in their general reports, including their age, name and title—for instance, Dr, Mr, Mrs, Ms. ... This report has relied on directors’ titles and first names, as reported in general reports, to identify

    Top 500 report section | Created: 29 May 2017

  10. Supporting

    since 2014–15. Ninety-two per cent of participants reported a significant increase ... 886 865 943 Number of corporations 198 194 169 208 260 Participants that reported a significant ... locations Every year as part of our annual planning for training activities we analyse a range of factors

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

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