Date/TimeDate(s) - 04/09/14
1:30pm - 5:00pm
LocationNational Australia Bank
500 Bourke Street
In support of the United Nations Association of Australia (Victorian Division)
Sustainability Leadership Series – Transparency and Disclosure for Good Corporate Governance Seminar: Bridging the Gap
The United Nations Association of Australia (Victorian Division) is holding a seminar entitled Transparency and Disclosure for Good Corporate Governance: Bridging the Gap on Thursday 4 September in Melbourne in partnership with National Australia Bank.
Held as part of their Sustainability Leadership Series, the seminar will bring together experts and practitioners from across industries, government and civil society to discuss how increased tax transparency and disclosures can improve corporate governance.
The seminar will highlight the risks and opportunities associated with transparency compliance for business operations in Australia and overseas, in the context of increased global tax cooperation.
- David Drummond, Partner, Corporate Tax, KPMG
- Stephen Mayne, Consultant, Australian Shareholders’ Association, Founder, Crikey and Councillor, City of Melbourne
- Michael O’Neill, Assistant Deputy Commissioner of International, Public Groups & International, Australian Taxation Office
- Mark Zirnsak, Director of the Justice and International Mission Unit, Uniting Church in Victoria and Secretariat, Tax Justice Network Australia
Facilitator – Stewart Grieve, Partner, Corrs Chambers Westgarth