Podcast: Corporate Governance series

In our Corporate Governance six-part series for the Chapman Tripp Sound Counsel podcast, we sit down with senior corporate and commercial partner Roger Wallis to discuss the corporate governance environment following on from the 2019 Corporate Governance – trends and insights publication.

Listen to the Corporate Governance podcast series here:

Podcast one: Setting the scene

In our inaugural podcast Roger discusses the current corporate governance environment and predictions for the year ahead.

Podcast two: Corporate code comparisons

In our second podcast Roger discusses corporate governance codes and the key principles and recommendations.

Podcast three: Evaluating the relevance of shareholder primacy

In our third podcast Roger discusses the shareholder primacy model.

Podcast four: The impacts of audit

In our fourth podcast Roger discusses Key Audit Matters.

Podcast five: Board and executive remuneration – requirements and trends

In our fifth podcast Roger discusses the New Zealand approach to board and executive remuneration, as well as the requirements and trends.

Podcast six: The ins & outs of NZ shareholder engagement

In our final podcast Roger discusses the framework for shareholder engagement in New Zealand.

Additional podcast: The unique approach of iwi to corporate governance

Senior associate Te Aopare Dewes and solicitor Liam Stoneley ​in Te Waka Ture, Chapman Tripp’s Māori Legal Group, discuss how iwi approach corporate governance and the key characteristics of Māori corporate governance. This podcast is part of the Chapman Tripp Sound Counsel Te Waka Ture series – listen to the series here.

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