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  1. Former CEO of Wagga medical service found guilty and convicted

    between October 2011 and April 2014 Ms Lyons used her position as CEO of RivMed to authorise payments ... Director of Public Prosecutions. Background See the Registrar’s previous media release of 8 August 2016

    Media Release | Created: 22 November 2017

  2. Chief executive officer (CEO)

    and Torres Strait Islander corporations. See also these issues of the ORIC Oracle newsletter on: CEO ... accountability (May 2018) Separation of roles (November 2014) The vital role of your CEO/manager (February 2013)

    Created: 5 April 2018

  3. Employees

    at the top 500 corporations, 2007–08 to 2014–15 The top 500 corporations reported that in 2014–15 they had ... 500 corporations by state/territory, 2014–15 Most people were employed by top 500 corporations ... share. With a total of 4449 employees in 2014–15, the Northern Territory held a clear lead over all other

    Top 500 report section | Created: 29 May 2017

  4. 14_0174_Fact sheet CATSI Act vs Corp Act_v2-0.pdf

    members. Public companies have no limit on the number of members. There are no age or race restrictions ... A public company must have at least three directors and at least one secretary. At least two ... (proprietary companies) or the public (public companies). A company may issue debentures* and other securities.

    Available at: The CATSI Act and the Corporations Act—some differences

    Created: 21 May 2018

  5. Special administrations: what members and directors should know

    procedure). To protect public money or to prevent an interruption to essential services, the Registrar can ... members and other interested parties through newsletters and information meetings (community meetings) ... with their advisory groups. Information meetings/newsletters The Registrar expects that the special administrator will

    CATSI fact sheet | Created: 14 June 2013

  6. Special administrations: what funding agencies, creditors and employees should know

    administration (this is called a ‘show cause’ procedure). To protect public money or to prevent an interruption ... administration communicates with funding agencies, members and other interested parties through newsletters ... as membership and proposed rule book changes. Information meetings/newsletters The Registrar expects

    CATSI fact sheet | Created: 14 June 2013

  7. How to transfer to CATSI from SA v5-0_2014-08.pdf

    for registration (general) under the CATSI Act Plus a range of other ORIC publications The ORIC Oracle newsletter ... How to transfer to CATSI from SA v5-0_2014-08.pdf Under section 42 of the Associations ... (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act)). This is a joint publication by the Office

    Available at: Transfer to CATSI (SA) brochure

    Created: 22 August 2014

  8. Oracle_May2018_CEO-accountability_v1-0-web.pdf

    the pressure. After all, it’s directors who are expected to protect member, stakeholder and public interests, ... 1 Waltja won in 2014. Could your corporation win in 2018? NOMINATE NOW at reconciliation.org.au/iga

    Available at: CEO accountability

    Created: 10 May 2018

  9. Failure to report leads to fines of $8,600

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations for failing to lodge annual reports for the 2014–15 year. ... to the Registrar for deregistration. The matters were prosecuted by the Commonwealth Director of Public ... Director of Public Prosecutions. ‘Failing to lodge annual reports jeopardises the corporation,’ said Mr

    Media Release | Created: 26 October 2017

  10. 16_0044_2014-15 Top 500_v2-2.pdf

    16_0044_2014-15 Top 500_v2-2.pdf 1 The top 500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations ... 2014–15 The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporations 2014–15 TOP 500 $1.88b 52.8% $3.76m ... Produced September 2016 500 2 The top 500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations 2014

    Available at: Employees

    Created: 1 September 2016

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