Media Commentary on Other Research by Centre Members

Report of the Australian Securities and Investment Commission enforcement policies, processes and decision-making procedures review (of which Professor Ian Ramsay was a member)

“AMP likely to face criminal charges”, Investor Daily, 21 February 2019

“Boards expect more cases over ‘culture’”, The Australian Financial Review, 21 February 2019, page 10, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

Radio 2GB (Sydney), The Money News Program, 20 February 2019, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; also Radio 3AW (Melbourne), Radio 4BC (Brisbane) and Radio 2CC (Canberra)

“ASIC’s new mantra: ‘deterrence’ and ‘public denunciation’”, The Australian Financial Review, 20 February 2019, page 5, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

Reports by Professor Ian Ramsay as Chair of the Panel reviewing the financial system external dispute resolution framework

“Bankwest borrowers”, The Australian Financial Review, 1 February 2020, page 6
“Compo scheme offers last resort for victims of bust firms’ bad advice”, The Age, 27 December 2019, page 1

“Flood of legacy complaints runs dry”, The Australian, 24 September 2019,

“Watchdog warns on complaint breaches”, The Australian, 15 July 2019, page 20

“Does the finance industry need a compensation scheme of last resort?”, In the Black (Journal of CPA Australia), July 2019

“ASIC to reveal worst bank for complaints”, The Age, 16 May 2019, page 32

“Labor plans to slug banks $640m to pay for fairness fund”, The Australian Financial Review, 25 February 2019, page 4

“ALP compo fund flies in the face of Hayne”, The Australian Financial Review, 23 February 2019, page 5

“Be careful what you wish for”, The Australian Financial Review, 31 January 2019, page 30

“Bank compo schemes need scrutiny”, The Australian Financial Review, 8 October 2018, page 44

“In pursuit of justice”, In the Black, October 2018

“Dover plight fuels compo scheme call”, The Age, 12 June 2018, page 20, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; also The Sydney Morning Herald, 12 June 2018, 22, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

“Inquiry to consider bad advice compensation”, The Australian Financial Review, 2 January 2018, page 16

“Rising complaints fuelled probe”, The Australian, 2 December 2017, page 29

“Pressure rises for bank rip-off compo”, The Age, 25 November 2017, page 4

“Reforms can’t stop bank inquiry”, The Australian, 25 November 2017, page 2

“Dispute referee is now a political football”, The Age, 4 November 2017, Business section, page 2

“Jury out on mega ombudsman”, The Australian Financial Review, 18 September 2017, page 40

ABC TV, The 7.30 Report Program, 10 August 2017

“Financial services compo scheme could cost $300m a year”, The Australian Financial Review, 24 July 2017, page 7

“Compensation scheme aimed at restoring trust”, The Age, 9 June 2017, page 20, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

“Big four banks fear $5bn industry compensation scheme”, The Australian, 9 June 2017

“Bank lobby’s spin on tax ill-directed”, The Australian Financial Review, 29 May 2017, page 40

“Ugly side of home buyers tapping super”, The Australian Financial Review, 15 May 2017, page 17

“Levy boosts foreign banks, chiefs warns”, The Australian, 13 May 2017, page 1

“Confusion over one-stop shop for financial disputes”, The Australian Financial Review, 11 May 2017, page 14

“Few clear winners”, The Age, Money section, 11 May 2017, page 1

“Tax, spend and build trust to win back political trust”, The Australian Financial Review, 10 May 2017, page 1

“One-stop shop for free and fast dispute resolution”, The Australian Financial Review, 10 May 2017, page S5 (budget supplement)

“A budget for better times”, The Australian Financial Review, 10 May 2017, page S15 (budget supplement)

“Levy, fines and oversight but no royal commission”, The Age, 10 May 2017, page 3

“Super financial ombudsman service on the cards”, The Australian, 6 May 2017, page 1

“Tax relief for super fund mergers in the budget”, The Australian Financial Review, 4 May 2017, page 9

“New body to handle bank complaints”, The Age, 1 May 2017, page 4; also The Sydney Morning Herald, 1 May 2017, page 4

“Federal budget 2017: One-stop shop complaints scheme for banks tipped in response to Ramsay Review”, The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 April 2017

“Financial disputes combined from three systems to one in Budget”, The Courier Mail, 30 April 2017; also The Daily Telegraph, 30 April 2017, The Sunday Times Perth, 30 April 2017, The Sunday Tasmanian, 30 April 2017

“Banks brace for red tape as financial reforms loom”, The Australian, 13 April 2017

“Cleaning up financial planning”, The Australian Financial Review, 10 April 2017, page 40

“Housing fix, bank squeeze”, The Australian Financial Review, 1 April 2017, page 12

“Australia’s past successes have led us to sloppy thinking”, The Australian Financial Review, 2 March 2017, page 47

“Banking execs face pay hit for ‘scandals’”, The Australian, 25 February 2017, page 25

“Robb pushes for bank royal commission”, The Australian Financial Review, 14 February 2017, page 3

“Morrison hauls in the banks”, The Australian, 11 February 2017, page 25

“Ramsay gets more teeth for review”, The Australian Financial Review, 4 February 2017, page 21

“Small business plea to banks”, The Australian Financial Review, 3 February 2017, page 3

“Push for banks to pay higher penalties”, The Australian Financial Review, 5 January  2017, page 7

“Entsch warns ombudsman won’t suffice”, The Australian Financial Review, 8 December 2016, page 6

“New bank tribunal not needed, says Panel”, The Australian Financial Review, 7 December 2016, page 1

ABC Radio National, The World Today Program, 7 December 2016

“Rebuke to Turnbull over finance tribunal”, The Australian, 7 December 2016, page 1

“Tick for ombudsman”, The Australian, 7 December 2016, page 29

“Coalition ditches plan for bank victims tribunal”, The Sydney Morning Herald, 7 December 2016, page 4

Radio 2GB, The Money Program, 6 December 2016, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

ABC Radio National, The PM Program, 6 December 2016

ABC Radio National, The World Today Program, 6 December 2016

“Money sought for bank crackdown”, The Australian Financial Review, 28 November 2016, page 17

“Bank victims tribunal open to challenge”, The Australian Financial Review, 21 October 2016, page 11

“Banks’ minder: PM looks at tribunal”, The Herald Sun, 8 October 2016, page 19

ABC Radio National, The PM Program, 7 October 2016

“Ramsay looks at ‘one-stop-shop’ for complaints”, The Australian Financial Review, 10 September 2016, page 3

“Commission call tinged with tragedy”, The Sydney Morning Herald, Business section, 3 September 2016, page 1

“Give him credit: MPs push Morrison on bank tribunal”, The Courier Mail, 26 August 2016, page 8

Research by Ian Ramsay on benefit corporations

“Hip to B Corp, but not exactly legal”, The Australian Financial Review, 17 November 2015, page 38

Research by Paul Ali, Lucie O’Brien and Ian Ramsay on credit repair companies

“Debt repairers out to deceive”, The Sunday Age, Money Section, 26 July 2015, page 12; The Sunday Canberra Times, Business News, 26 July 2015, page 16; The Herald Sun, Money Section, 26 July 2015, page 16

“Time for Australia to have credit repair regulation”, Banking Day, 26 June 2015

Research by Helen Anderson, Ann O’Connell, Ian Ramsay, Michelle Welsh and Hannah Withers on phoenix  companies

“ASIC tackles phoenix firms, seeks reforms”, The Australian, 13 July 2015

Research of Paul Ali, Ian Ramsay and Cosima McRae on behavioural economics and credit card regulation

"Regulatory tricks, to their credit, in our interest", The Sydney Morning Herald, Business News, 6 January 2014, page 16; also "Tricks to their credit, in our interest", The Age, Business News, 24 January 2014, page 17; "Credit card debt shrinking", The Sunday Examiner, Launceston, 12 January 2014

Research by Ian Ramsay and others on insolvent trading

"Blood, sweat and lots of tears for Retail Adventures", The Australian Financial Review, 23 September 2013, page 17

Research by the Australia and New Zealand Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee (of which Professor Ian Ramsay is a member) on bank regulation

"Big banks dominance prompts call for overhaul", The Sydney Morning Herald online, 13 April 2012

Establishment of the Centre for International Finance and Regulation of which Melbourne Law School's Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation is a member

"Centre brings hope for financial hub dreams", The Australian, Business section, 11 July 2011, page 30

Presentation by Professor Ian Ramsay at ASIC Summer School on litigation against company directors

"Legal fears make directors more conservative", The Australian Financial Review, 22 February 2011, page 5

Article commenting on the speech of Professor Ian Ramsay at the Victorian Supreme Court corporate law conference

"QC sees conflict for directors", The Australian Financial Review, 13 November 2009, page 41

Article commenting on the speech of Professor Ian Ramsay at the NSW Supreme Court corporate law conference

"Directors talk about troubled times", The Australian Financial Review, 12 August 2009, page 12

Corporations and Markets Advisory Committee Report on market integrity

Article noting Professor Ian Ramsay's membership of the Corporations and Markets Advisory Committee, The Age, 31 July 2009, Business section, page 6

Professor Ian Ramsay reappointed to the Corporations and Markets Advisory Committee

"Corporations Committee appointments", The Australian Financial Review, 12 July 2008, page 8

Media release of the Minister for Superannuation and Corporate Law

Research by the Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation on which courts hand down most corporate law judgments

"Marketplace rules", The Australian, 25 July 2008, page 30

"Business litigants back Spigelman court", The Australian, 25 July 2008, page 29

"Corporate judgment a Sydney thing", Lawyers Weekly, 4 July 2008

"Federal Court judges on most corporate matters in NSW", Australasian Legal Business, 2 July 2008

"'Sydney vortex' pulls in corporate suits", The Australian Financial Review, 27 June 2008, page 53

Reappointment of Professor Ian Ramsay to the Companies Auditors and Liquidators Disciplinary Board

"Auditors board appointments", The Australian Financial Review, 19 October 2007, page 57

Research on how company directors rank the interests of stakeholders

"Ranking in the ranks", The Australian Financial Review, 3 July 2006, page 34, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

"Study to analyse company priorities", The Age, Business section, 28 June 2006, page 3, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

"Directors face questions on their work priorities", The West Australian, 28 June 2006, page 50, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

Establishment of the Audit Quality Review Board (of which Professor Ian Ramsay is a member)

"Accountants to face peer audit", The Australian Financial Review, 28 July 2006, page 60

"Launch of the Audit Quality Review Board", Company Director, April 2006, page 9

"CPA on Audit Quality Review Board", In the Black (journal of CPA Australia), April 2006, page 53

"Audit Quality Review Board", Corporation Law Bulletin, 3 March 2006, page 5

"Auditors pay for scrutiny by new body", The Australian Financial Review, 24 February 2006, page 59

"Public scrutiny", Business Review Weekly, 23 February 2006, page 79

Audit Quality Review Board media release, 17 February 2006

Australian Securities and Investments Commission media release, 17 February 2006

PricewaterhouseCoopers media release, 17 February 2006

Speech by the Honourable Chris Pearce MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer, 17 February 2006

Research by the Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation on which courts hand down most corporate law judgments

"Melbourne's bar loses star appeal", The Australian Financial Review, 7 July 2006, page 58

"NSW dominates corporate cases", The Australian Financial Review, 16 December 2005, page 47

Report by Professor Ian Ramsay for the Australian Broadcasting Authority on reform of the Authority's enforcement powers

"Wielding a new big stick", The Australian Financial Review, 14 July 2006, page 20

"Plan to give watchdog more bite", The Australian, 10 November 2005, page 17

"Government considering new powers for ACMA", AAP, 9 November 2005

"Australian government may expand powers of national media regulator", Asia in Focus, 9 November 2005

"Coonan to give TV, radio regulator a big stick", The Australian, 9 November 2005, page 41

"Media regulator to get more teeth", The Australian Financial Review, 9 November 2005, page 3

Appointment of Professor Ian Ramsay by the Financial Planning Association to report on disclosure of fees by financial advisers

"Standards are key for better future", The Australian Financial Review, Special report section, 15 October 2003, page 2

"Financial planners angle to haul in the rock-bottom feeders", The Australian, 11 October 2003, page 39

"Time to take hard look at soft dollar", The Australian, 8 October 2003, page 34

"FPA moves on soft dollar", Super Review, 8 October 2003

Australian Securities and Investments Commission releases fee disclosure model based on Professor Ian Ramsay's report on disclosure of fees and charges in superannuation and other managed investments

"Compliance and due diligence - the FSR impact", Financial Services Newsletter, December 2003, page 92

"IFSA quick to adopt PDS model", Money Management, 12 November 2003

"Time for financial planners to get tough on soft dollars", The Age, 16 November 2003, page 8

"Coming clean on investment fees", The Australian, Wealth section, 1 October 2003, page 15, article written by Professor Ian Ramsay

"ASIC's squeeze on bad apples", The Australian, 26 August 2003, page 18

New Zealand Radio National, The Your Money Program, 16 August 2003

"ASIC releases fee disclosure model", Across the Board, 12 August 2003, page 4

ABC TV, The Inside Business Program, 10 August 2003

"Template disclosure at a glance", The Australian Financial Review, 9 August 2003, page 46

"Beware of the fund feedbag", The Australian, 9 August 2003, page 36

Radio 2GB, The Drive Time Program, 6 August 2003

"Row over fund fee disclosure", The Australian Financial Review, 6 August 2003, page 1

"Template to unravel true costs", The Australian Financial Review, 6 August 2003, page 45

"More needs to be done: Ramsay", The Australian Financial Review, 6 August 2003, page 45

Chanticleer Column, The Australian Financial Review, 6 August 2003, page 56

"'Fess' up on fees, funds told", The Australian, 31 July 2003, page 19

"ASIC to clear industry fee fog", Money Management, 31 July 2003

Release of report "Rebuilding Public Confidence in Financial Reporting" by the International Taskforce commissioned by the International Federation of Accountants (of which Professor Ian Ramsay was a member)

"Ramsay's way", Australian CPA, November 2003, page 35

"Professionals for today's market", Australian CPA, September 2003, page 3

"Rebuilding confidence in financial reporting", Australian CPA, September 2003, page 15

"Spill a few beans: winning public confidence means lifting the veil on auditors' business", Business Review Weekly, 28 August 2003, page 70

"Bark without bite", Business Review Weekly, 28 August 2003, page 71

"Raising standards", The Australian Financial Review, 15 August 2003, page 53

"Taskforce finds Australian financial reporting credible", Across the Board, 12 August 2003, page 1

"Report outlines means to improved reporting", The Financial Times (London), 6 August 2003, page 26

"A return to credibility: Following the Enron and WorldCom scandals, will it be possible to restore the lost global confidence in financial reports?", The Financial Times (London), 7 August 2003, page 28

"New faith needed in financial reporting: work on rebuilding confidence must be coordinated: study", The National Post (Canada), Finance section, 6 August 2003, FP3

"Lawyers, brokers must help restore confidence: responsibility goes beyond insiders: group", The Gazette (Montreal, Canada), Business section, 7 August 2003, page B1

"Corporate rebuilding needs all the players: committee cites need for higher standards to restore credibility of financial information", The Vancouver Sun (Vancouver, Canada), Business section, 7 August 2003, page D3

"Accountants told to clean up", The Leader-Post (Canada), 7 August 2003, page B7

"'All players' are needed to restore trust: report", The Ottawa Citizen (Ottawa, Canada), 7 August 2003, Business section, page D1

"Increase audit disclosure", The Australian Financial Review, 7 August 2003, page 6

"Banks urged to get tough on soft sums", The Australian, 7 August 2003, page 20

"Reviving the credibility of reports", The Sydney Morning Herald, 7 August 2003, page 26

"Governance code not seen as cure-all", The Age, 7 August 2003, Business section, page B4

"Extend reporting standards beyond accountants, stresses IFAC report", Accountancy Age, 7 August 2003, page 4

Professor Ian Ramsay's report on disclosure of fees and charges in managed investments

"Cost disclosure misleads, say actuaries", The Australian Financial Review, 22 February 2005, page 18

"Still far to go for effective disclosure", The Australian Financial Review, 8 June 2004, page 63

"Short deadline takes funds by surprise", The Australian Financial Review, 12 March 2004, page 3

"Figuring out fee disclosure", The Australian Financial Review, 10 March 2004, page 34

A question of choice", The Sydney Morning Herald, Money Section, 4 February 2004, page 7; also in The Age, Money Section, 4 February 2004, page 7

"Surcharge offers little joy for top earners", The West Australian, 29 September 2003, page 37

"Superannuation: yawning indifference", The Age, Money section, 17 September 2003, page 3

"Farce and furious super show", The Australian, 13 September 2003, page 34

"Superannuation confusion costs investors thousands", The Australian, Wealth section, 27 August 2003, page T15

"Say what you mean, ASIC tells the funds", The Australian, Wealth Section, 18 June 2003, page 6

"Left in the dark", The Sydney Morning Herald, Money Manager Section, 14 May 2003, page 5

"Calculating fund costs", The Australian Financial Review, 12 April 2003, page 35

"Calculating the cost of your managed fund", The Gold Coast Bulletin, 7 April 2003, page 42

"Funds' fees add up", The Sunday Mail, 6 April 2003, page 95

"Fund calculator", Money Management, 3 April 2003

"True value choices", Personal Investor, April 2003, page 46

"A clearer view on fees", Personal Investor, March 2003, page 10

"Coonan won't give up on choice-of-fund bill", The Australian Financial Review, 24 February 2003, page 53

"Bad results make monster fees a scandal", The Sun Herald, 9 February 2003, Business section, page 4

"Playing fair with other people's money still has a long way to go", The Australian, 8 February 2003, page 39

"What we need is disclosure", The Australian, 5 February 2003, page 30

"APRA told to 'keep out' of debate", The Australian Financial Review, 5 February 2003, page 29

"Win, lose or draw, you still pay", Business Review Weekly, 19 December 2002, page 77

"Disclosure the real issue", Money Management, 8 November 2002

"ASIC to clamp down on marketing and fees", The Australian Financial Review, Managed Funds Review, 6 November 2002, page 12

"Fees and charges disclosure", ASIC News, October 2002, page 1

"Fee disclosure in spotlight", Asset, October 2002, page 11

"Super fees under fire", The Age, Money Manager Supplement, 28 October 2002, page 4

"Past performance: does it really give the full picture?", The Sunday Age, 27 October 2002, page 16

"How reality is distorted by faulty interpretation", The Sun-Herald, 27 October 2002, Business section, page 5

"How much do you pay your fund manager?", The Australian Financial Review, 19 October 2002, page 29

"Investor education: It's vital now to get on the learning curve", The Australian Financial Review, Investor education special report, 17 October 2002, page 2

"Funds no longer have a licence to confuse", The Australian Financial Review, Investor education special report, 17 October 2002, page 5

"Superannuation: free to choose what exactly?", The Sydney Morning Herald, Financial Supplement, 16 October 2002, page 4

"Advantage ASIC", Money Management, 10 October 2002

Radio 3CR, The Morning Program, 8 October 2002, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

"Fees pleas", The Weekend Australian, 5 October 2002, page 46

"ASIC pushes for all cards on the table", Money Management, 3 October 2002

"AIST to Govt: time to act on fund fees", Money Management, 3 October 2002

"Super: the disclosure saga drags on", The Australian Financial Review, 1 October 2002, page 58

"Ramsay report calls on fund managers to come clean on fees", Super Review, September 2002

"Disclosure report wins backing", Chartac Accountancy News, 30 September 2002, page 5

"Simpler super fees backed", The West Australian, 30 September 2002, page 26

"High fees tipped to impede super switch", The Australian Financial Review, 30 September 2002, page 49

"ASIC guidelines on disclosing fees", The Adelaide Advertiser, 30 September 2002, page 25

"Ramsay report plays to both sides", Investor Weekly, 30 September 2002, page 7

Channel 7 TV, The Sunday Sunrise Program, 29 September 2002, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

"Move to revamp charges", The Sun-Herald, 29 September 2002, Investor section, page 5

"Hidden costs mean it's not so super", The Australian Financial Review, 27 September 2002, page 9

"Report on fees splits peak bodies", The Australian Financial Review, 27 September 2002, page 9

"Ramsay report calls on fund managers to come clean on fees", Money Management, 26 September 2002

"Super fund crash risk just Knott on", The Australian, Business section, 26 September 2002, page 20

"Regulator needs to toughen up", The Australian Financial Review, 26 September 2002, page 4

"Funds face push to clarify fees", The Australian Financial Review, 26 September 2002, page 4

"Super fee transparency plan welcomed", The Age, Business section, B1, 26 September 2002

"Super funds told to come clean on fee descriptions", The Sydney Morning Herald, 26 September 2002

"Make super easier: study", The Canberra Times, 26 September 2002, page 22

"Moves afoot to make super less of a puzzle", The Hobart Mercury, 26 September 2002, page 26

"Super fees to get simpler", The Illawarra Mercury, 26 September 2002, page 6

"Super sector backs outline of charges", The Launceston Examiner, 26 September 2002, page 50

"Australian superannuation to become more transparent, Asia Pulse, 26 September 2002

Research study on regulation of on-line equity mini-derivatives by Dr Paul Ali

"Punters spread their Sporting Interests", Australian Financial Review", 12 March 2003

Research study on governance and non-profit companies by Sue Woodward

"Donors query executive pay", The Australian Financial Review, 5 May 2003, page 9

ABC Radio National, The Morning Program, 4 March 2003

"Non-profits may get new rules", The Age, 28 February 2003, page B3

Research study on performance of Australian hedge funds by Dr Paul Ali

"Hedge to gain when the market's in pain", Sunday Telegraph, Personal Finance, 6 April 2003

"Hedge Funds, Portfolio Theory don't Mix", Investor Daily, 21 March 2003

"Regulator goes against Grain on Hedge Funds", Australian Financial Review, 6 March 2003

"APRA to eye Super Fund Investments", Australian Financial Review, 6 March 2003

"Funds not the answer", Sunday Telegraph, Personal Finance, 23 February 2003

"Hedge funds: not all that they're cracked up to be", Money Management, 6 February 2003

"Stellar sprinkles a load of salt on fund of hedge funds", Australian Financial Review, Smart Investor, 11 December 2002

Appointment of Professor Ramsay to the International Federation of Accountants taskforce on rebuilding confidence in financial reporting

"Moves to restore credibility", Australian CPA, December 2002, page 15

"Professor Ramsay to wear another hat", Charter, December 2002, page 14

"Taskforce takes global view", The Australian Financial Review, 22 November 2002, page 59

"International role for Ramsay", Business Review Weekly, 7 November 2002, page 92

"IFAC aims to restore investor trust", The Age, Business section, 6 November 2002, page B3

Research study on revival of reverse mortgages in Australia by Dr Paul Ali

"Put in Reverse: Releasing Home Equity for Retirees", Your Mortgage, September/October 2002

Research study on corporate governance in managed investment schemes

"MIA opponents dig in for next round", Money Management, 17 January 2002

Research study on ASIC's use of civil penalties by Professor Ian Ramsay and Grant Moodie

"ASIC's use of civil penalties rises", The Australian Financial Review, 21 January 2002, page 5

Auditors' independence inquiry by Professor Ian Ramsay - report to the Minister for Financial Services and Regulation

"Auditor independence and the role of the client", Keeping Good Companies, March 2005, page 78

"Auditors cut back their costs for other services", The Australian, 16 March 2004, page 25

"ALP plan to restrict auditors' work", The Australian Financial Review, 3 March 2004, page 5

"Auditors' role stirs up debate", The Australian Financial Review, 29 December 2003, page 5

"Local developments in corporate governance for 2003", Across the Board, 16 December 2003, page 2

"Government moves on CLERP 9 proposals", Money Management, 5 December 2003

"The CLERP 9 Bill", Keeping Good Companies: Journal of Chartered Secretaries Australia, December 2003, page 674

Chanticleer column, The Australian Financial Review, 26 November 2003, page 64

"Steering a path through the CLERP 9 maze", Lawyers Weekly, 21 November 2003, page 11

"CLERP 9 Bill on the table", CA Charter, November 2003, page 21

"Government releases exposure draft of CLERP 9", Across the Board, 14 October 2003, page 1

Chanticleer column, The Australian Financial Review, 11 October 2003, page 72

"No accounting for emotion in this corporate law reformation", The Age, Business section, 9 October 2003, page 3

"So what's all the fuss about?", The Australian Financial Review, 9 October 2003, page 72

"Business anger over pay scrutiny", The Australian Financial Review, 9 October 2003, page 1

"Where auditing should head next", CPA Australia, March 2003, page 66

"Audit committees' remuneration: time for change", CPA Australia, March 2003, page 69

"Agenda 2003", CFO Magazine, February 2003

"CLERP 9 - where we stand, Charter, February 2003, page 40

"A rare insight into generic corporate defects", The Australian Financial Review, 17 January 2003, page 79

"Business behaving badly", Australian CPA, December 2002, page 72

"Audit firms sharpen focus", Business Review Weekly, 28 November 2002, page 77

"Strong line sought on audit reform", Business Review Weekly, 7 November 2002, page 90

"Accountancy needs to tell it as it is", The Australian Financial Review, 7 November 2002, page 71

"A profession in need of a dose of salts", The Canberra Times, 2 November 2002, page 11

"Ramsay reflects", CFO Magazine, November 2002, page 11

"Cut price confidence", CFO Magazine, November 2002, page 81

"CLERP 9 a winner - ICAA welcomes CLERP 9 proposals", Charter, November 2002, page 25

"Campbell's law", Charter, November 2002, page 35

"Heads of agreement", Charter, November 2002, page 39

"CLERP 9: Government response to financial reporting in crisis", Keeping Good Companies - Journal of Chartered Secretaries Australia, November 2002, page 634

Top 500 feel the pressure, Business Review Weekly, 17 October 2002, page 72

"A touch of reform for its own sake", The Australian Financial Review, 8 October 2002, page 63

Editorial, "Holding audits to account", The Sydney Morning Herald, 2 October 2002, page 12

"Wall Street blues - US governance reforms and their Australian echo", CCH Australian Corporate News, 2 October 2002, page 1

"CLERP 9 released: major audit and disclosure reforms proposed", Business Law Newsletter, October 2002, page 17

"Corporate Governance, audit rules and continuous disclosure", Company Director, October 2002, page 16

"They shoot directors, don't they?", Company Director, October 2002, page 42

"Sweeping corporate governance reforms in the USA - and the Australian comparison", CDA Board Report, October 2002, page 1

"Bleak future for Accounting Research Foundation", Chartac Accountancy News, 30 September 2002, page 1

Editorial, "Audit reform falls short", The Australian Financial Review, 30 September 2002, page 62

"CLERP 9: a positive response from peak participants", Butterworths Corporation Law Bulletin, 27 September 2002, para [420]

ABC TV, The Inside Business Program, 22 September 2002, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

"Accountants: let peers judge us", The Australian Financial Review, 20 September 2002, page 59

"The great audit divide", Business Review Weekly, 19 September 2002, page 74

"Judge sows doubt over audit committees", The Age, 20 September 2002, Business section, page 1

ABC TV, The Business Breakfast Program, 19 September 2002

ABC Radio Melbourne, The Morning Program, 19 September 2002

"Shake-up for company rules", The Sydney Morning Herald, 19 September 2002, page 23

"CLERP 9 avoids the pitfalls and it's up to the post-scandal challenge", The Age, Business section, 19 September 2002, B3

Editorial, "A step in the right direction", The Australian Financial Review, 19 September 2002, page 70

"Corporate shake-up hits accountants", The Australian Financial Review, 19 September 2002, page 1

"Principled approach welcomed", The Australian Financial Review, 19 September 2002, page 12

"Accounting council gets oversight", The Australian Financial Review, 19 September 2002, page 12

"Long, rocky road to reform", The Australian Financial Review, 19 September 2002, page 13

"Government announces policy proposals on audit regulation and corporate disclosure", The Board Report, September 2002, page 1

"Auditors face tough regime as APRA attacks", The Australian Financial Review, 18 September 2002, page 57

"Australian firms face tighter disclosure rules", The Wall Street Journal, 18 September, 2002

"Push for corporate disputes panel", The Sydney Morning Herald, 17 September 2002, page 22

"Corporate crooks in firing line of reform", The Courier Mail, 17 September 2002, page 23

"Insurers wish list is skewing tort debate", The Australian Financial Review, 13 September 2002, page 54

"Labor wants auditors to front company meetings", The Australian Financial Review, 11 September 2002, page 8

"The new protection racket for professionals", The Australian Financial Review, 7 September 2002, page 25

"The visible hand", The Bulletin, 3 September 2002, page 54

"Keeping auditors honest", The Australian Financial Review, 3 September 2002

"Labor releases corporate governance paper", www.eccountancy.com, 3 September 2002

"Communicating auditor independence issues", CPA Australia, September 2002, page 76

"Dawn of a new era - Professional Statement FI", Charter, September 2002, page 44

"Labor to take hard line on corporate excess", The Age, Business section, 30 August 2002, page B2

"Accountants and accountability", Charter, August 2002, page 57

"The purification process", Business Review

Weekly, 29 August 2002, page 78

"Call for auditors' role to be limited", The Australian Financial Review, 24 August 2002, page 18

"Firms assess impact of US overhaul", The Australian Financial Review, 23 August 2002, page 54

"Audits: proceeding with caution", The Australian Financial Review, 23 August 2002, page 74

"Audit standards remain", The Australian Financial Review, 22 August 2002, page 8

"Audit reforms have to wait", The Townsville Bulletin, 22 August 2002, page 27

"No need to wait on audit rules: expert", The Age, Business section, 21 August 2002, page B4

"Audit reforms: ready or not?" The Australian Financial Review, 21 August 2002, page 7

"Howard wary of speedy changes", The Age, Business section, 20 August 2002, page B3

"Howard bides time on corporate laws", The Hobart Mercury, 20 August 2002, page 23

Radio 2UE, The Mike Carlton Program, 19 August 2002, interview with leader of the opposition, Simon Crean

ABC TV, The Business Breakfast Program, 19 August 2002

"Corporate crook crackdown: ALP", The Australian, 19 August 2002, page 2

"Crean gets tough on governance", The Australian Financial Review, 19 August 2002, page 3

"Labor to increase jail terms for cheats", The Age, Business section, 19 August 2002, B1

Channel 10, Meet the Press Program, 18 August 2002, interview with Shadow Treasurer Bob McMullan

"Corporate Governance Council: an ASX initiative", Butterworths Corporation Law Bulletin, 16 August 2002, para [365]

"BCA, Coonan in accord on corporate regulation", The Australian Financial Review, 13 August 2002, page 3

"Big business gets its way", The Australian Financial Review, 13 August 2002, page 58

"Opening the books on the audit profession", UniNews, 12 August 2002, page 5

ABC TV, The Inside Business Program, 11 August 2002, interview with the Prime Minister, The Hon John Howard MP

"Ramsay report reply", The Australian Financial Review, 9 August 2002, page 4

ABC-TV, The 7.30 Report Program, 8 August 2002, interview with the Prime Minister, The Hon John Howard MP

Radio 2UE, The John Stanley Program, 8 August 2002

Editorial, "Self-regulators get down to business", The Australian, 8 August 2002, page 10

Radio 5DN, 7 August 2002, interview with the Prime Minister, The Hon John Howard MP

"PM puts CEOs on notice", The Australian Financial Review, 7 August 2002, page 4

ABC TV, The Lateline Program, 6 August 2002

"Discipline doubts hold up change", Business Review Weekly, 1 August 2002, page 93

"Towards improved corporate reporting", Company Director, August 2002, page 29

"Time for corporate culture revolution", Australian CPA, August 2002, page 14

"2002 financial reports: Part 2 - communicating with entities in relation to auditor independence", Charter, August 2002, page 44

"What's new? AuASB issues independence audit and assurance alert to further assist in auditor independence", Charter, August 2002, page 49

"Give ASX regulatory powers to ASIC, says Labor", The Australian Financial Review, 29 July 2002, page 3

Business Sunday Program, Channel 9, 28 July 2002

"Business regulation is back - big time", The Australian Financial Review, 27 July 2002, page 23

"Government to review audits, disclosure", Corporate Business Law Report, 27 July 2002, page 1

"Calls for auditing reform", The Australian Financial Review, 26 July 2002, page 14

Business Sunday Program, Channel 9, 21 July 2002

"AuASB submissions", The Australian Financial Review, 19 July 2002, page 61

"Auditors: a strong case to rotate them", The Australian Financial Review, 19 July 2002, page 84

"RBA opens door to private paper", The Australian Financial Review, 16 July 2002, page 52

"Actuary rule a dilemma for accountants", The Australian Financial Review, 12 July 2002, page 61

"State auditors rejected", The Herald Sun, 11 July 2002, page 67

"More audit disclosure ahead", Business Review Weekly, 11 July 2002, page 21

"Treasury to review audit regulation and disclosure", Butterworths Corporation Law Bulletin, 5 July 2002, para 299

"Accountants buried under an avalanche of change", www.eccountancy.com, 5 July 2002

"Free the auditors - from whom?", Business Review Weekly, 4 July 2002, page 74

"Too little, too late", Business Review Weekly, 4 July 2002, page 10

"Audit review announced", Business Review Weekly, 4 July 2002, page 14

"Agreement hard to find in audit reform", The Australian Financial Review, 4 July 2002, page 16 (professional services supplement)

"Auditor independence comes under scrutiny", The Australian Financial Review, 4 July 2002, page 18 (professional services supplement)

"CLERP 9 - audit regulation and corporate disclosure", Australian Corporate News, 3 July 2002, page 152

"Ernst & Young sack 150 staff", The Australian Financial Review, 1 July 2002, page 10

"Auditor independence", Journal of the Securities Institute of Australia, Issue No 2, Winter 2002, page 21

"CLERP returns to the public arena", Company Director, July 2002, page 17

"Reporting update, CPA News, Professional Independence", Australian CPA, July 2002 page 73

"Evidence on independence: ICAA gives a yes to the Ramsay Report but an unsure vote on the proposed AISB", Charter, July 2002, page 26

"Independent committees?", Charter, July 2002, page 13

Business Sunday Program, Channel 9, 30 June 2002

Editorial, "Onus on companies to instigate change", The Australian Financial Review, 29 June 2002, page 48

Editorial, "Audit independence must be enforced", The Courier Mail, 29 June 2002, page 22

"Capital punishment", The Courier Mail, 29 June 2002, page 30

"Firms face tougher accounting", The Age, 28 June 2002, page 1

"Audit regulations up for review", The Australian Financial Review, 28 June 2002, page 4

"It's time for less talk and more action", The Australian Financial Review, 28 June 2002, page 4

"Audit reform high on Costello's agenda", The Australian, 28 June 2002, page 21

"WorldCom timely reminder says Costello", The New Zealand Herald, 28 June 2002

"Fear will keep the cogs turning", The Age, Business section, 28 June 2002, page 4

"Audit review unveiled, The Townsville Bulletin, 28 June 2002, page 38

"Australia welcomes US oversight boards", www.eccountancy.com, 26 June 2002

"The auditing buck must stop with directors", The Australian Financial Review, 25 June 2002, page 71

"Auditing auditors is no kind of job for auditors", The Australian, 25 June 2002, page 24

"ABC Radio National, The Business Report, 22 June 2002

"Updated guidance brings in 7 year partner rotation rule in Australia", The Accountant, 21 June 2002, page 7 (also in the International Accounting Bulletin, 14 June 2002, page 4)

"Out of alignment", Business Review Weekly, 20 June 2002, page 79

ABC TV, The Business Breakfast Program, 18 June 2002

"Audits and options", The Adelaide Advertiser, 15 June 2002, page 78

"Scandal puts global standards in focus", The Australian Financial Review, 14 June 2002, page 84

"Big changes to profit reporting", The Australian Financial Review, 13 June 2002, page 10

"Accounting standards body gets $2m funding", The Australian Financial Review, 13 June 2002, page 10

"Government pre-empted on Ramsay Report", www.eccountancy.com, 4 June 2002

"Way forward on financial reporting", Australian CPA, June 2002, page 16

"Auditors matter", Australian CPA, June 2002, page 17

"Corporate governance lessons from the USA?", The Board Report, June 2002, page 5

"More money needed for self-regulation", The Australian Financial Review, 31 May 2002, page 58

"Auditing: new guidelines issued", The Age, Business section, 28 May 2002, page 4

"Conroy weights in with audit ideas", The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 May 2002, page 46

"Accountants agree to adopt new professional standards", The Australian Financial Review, 24 May 2002, page 3

"Shoring up integrity of auditors", The Sydney Morning Herald, 24 May 2002, page 22

"New rules will force companies to swap auditors", The Age, Business section, 24 May 2002, page 3

"G100 opposes CPA Australia's plans for new umbrella body", The Accountant, 21 May 2002, page 12 (also in the International Accounting Bulletin, 16 May 2002, page 6)

"A job for the FRC?", Business Review Weekly, 16 May 2002, page 84

"CPA's reforms fall flat", Business Review Weekly, 16 May 2002, page 80

"Reaction to PwC's audit oversight board", www.eccountancy.com, 9 May 2002

"Auditors who see no evil", The Australian Financial Review, 7 May 2002, page 70

"RSM gears up for rich pickings", The West Australian, 6 May 2002

"Audit committees have a job to do in avoiding conflicts", The Age, Business section, 4 May 2002, page1

"BHP Billiton audit decision reflects lessons of Enron", The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 May 2002, page 47

"Call for value drivers", The Australian Financial Review, 3 May 2002, page 59

"CFOs join in audit refrain", The Australian Financial Review, 2 May 2002, page 4

"The book minders", The Bulletin, 30 April 2002, page 42

"Dark shadow hovers over accounting profession", The Courier Mail, 29 April 2002, page 13

"Accountants to zero in on risk and corporate governance", The Courier Mail, 26 April 2002, page 32

"Auditor independence subject of Australian Federal Parliament Inquiry", The Accountant, 24 April 2002, page 6

"CPA Australia prepares to release recommendations on regulatory reform", The Accountant, 24 April 2002, page 7

SBS Television, The Business Show, 21 April 2002

ABC Radio National, The Business Report, 20 April 2002

"Accountants call for radical audit shake-up", The Australian Financial Review, 19 April 2002, page 1

"Auditors want quarterly reports, umbrella body", The Sydney Morning Herald, 19 April 2002, page 17

"Get tough on reports, say CPAs", The Age, Business section, 19 April 2002, page 1

"Why accountants prefer apple pie to Chinese walls", The Australian, 19 April 2002, page 19

"Bringing auditors to account and accountants to book", The Australian, 19 April 2002, page 20

"Top firms warned to clean up their acts", The Courier Mail, 19 April 2002, page 33

"Auditors eye more reforms", The West Australian, 19 April 2002

"And then there were four", Business Review Weekly, 18 April 2002, page 63

"PSS/CSS responds to Ramsay Report", Money Management, 18 April 2002

"An auditing SOS", The Hobart Mercury, 13 April 2002, page 27

"Don't blame audits for collapses", Business Review Weekly, 11 April 2002, page 77

"AASB abandons proposed revisions to corporate disclosure standard", International Accounting Bulletin, 11 April 2002, page 6

"Ripples from Andersen's dive limitless", The Australian Financial Review, 10 April 2002, page 55

"Canberra to probe auditors", The Australian, 9 April 2002, page 21

"Company auditors face more parliamentary scrutiny", The Age, Business section, 9 April 2002, page 2

"Yet another audit inquiry", The Australian Financial Review, 9 April 2002, page 5

"ICAA's auditor independence initiative", www.eccountancy.com, 9 April 2002

"Opposition criticises delays in executive pay standards", The Australian Financial Review, 5 April 2002, page 58

"New audit rules await Canberra's findings", The Age, Business section, 3 April 2002, page 2

"Response to the Ramsay Report on the independence of auditors", Company Director, April 2002, page 32

"Challenging times ahead", CPA Australia, April 2002, page 10

"Ernst wins Andersen: now there are four", The Sydney Morning Herald, 29 March 2002

"Directors oppose new audit laws", Business Review Weekly, 28 March 2002, page 76

"Company directors go into bat for auditors", The Age, Business section, 26 March 2002, page 4

"Greater regulation is not the answer, say auditors", The Australian Financial Review, 22 March 2002, page 20

"Tighter audit rules 'not the answer', The Australian Financial Review, 21 March 2002, page 9

"New rules to clear up reporting anomalies", The Sydney Morning Herald, Business section, 18 March 2002

"No prettying up the figures under proposed rule changes", The Age, Business section, 18 March 2002, page 3; The Sydney Morning Herald, Business section, 18 March 2002

"Stalking the bean machine", The Weekend Australian, 16 March 2002, page 30

Opinion, Chanticleer column, The Australian Financial Review, 8 March 2002, page 76

"Accountants want overhaul of AISB", The Australian Financial Review, 8 March 2002, page 56

"Volcker enters audit fray", The Australian Financial Review, 8 March 2002, page 3

"Ban on non-audit services not the answer", The Australian Financial Review, 7 March 2002, page 59

"Shaping the winds of change for auditing's house of cards", The Age, Business section, 5 March 2002, page 3

"Directors target audit overhaul", The Australian Financial Review, 4 March 2002, page 42

"Auditor independence in focus", Company Director, March 2002, page 34

"Auditor independence revisited", Company Director, March 2002, page 16

"Ian Campbell's reform agenda", Company Director, March 2002, page 13

"ASIC audit independence survey", CPA Australia, March 2002, page 72

"ASIC on auditors - a lack of rigour", Board Report, February 2002, page 1

"Auditing for the future", Board Report, February 2002, page 5

Editorial, 'Auditing diet has to improve', The Australian Financial Review, 26 February 2002, page 62

"For months, Australia has had an Enron of its own", The New York Times, 22 February 2002

Editorial, "Audit reform is long overdue", The Australian, 22 February 2002, page 12

"ASIC urges bigger role for auditors, The Australian, Business section, 22 February 2002, page 26

Opinion, Chanticleer column, The Australian Financial Review, 22 February 2002, page 59

"It's bean counters to whistle blowers", The Daily Telegraph, 22 February 2002, page 92

"Australia more protected than US", The Accountant, 20 February 2002, page 5

"Tough audit laws on the way", The Australian, Business section, 20 February 2002, page 19

"Treasurer foreshadows accounting clean-up", The Age, Business section, 20 February 2002, page 1

"Standards Board to tackle audit-fee disclosure rules", The Age, Business section, 20 February 2002, page 2

"No word on Ramsay proposals until after HIH Inquiry", Chartac - Accountancy News, 18 February 2002, page 1

ABC Radio National, The PM Program, 15 February 2002

"Andersen, Enron and MDPs", Lawyers Weekly, 15 February 2002, page 8, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

"Corporate scandals give reform a shove", Business Review Weekly, 14 February 2002, page 38

"Audit reform begins to look good", Business Review Weekly, 14 February 2002, page 74

"Audit: Rubber stamping the books for big bucks", The Australian, 12 February 2002, page 24

Business Sunday Program, Channel 9, 10 February 2002

"Big Five announce changes", The Australian Financial Review, 8 February 2002, page 11

ABC Radio Melbourne, The Morning Program 7 February 2002, interview with the Hon Peter Costello, Federal Treasurer

"Costello: audit crisis of confidence", The Australian Financial Review, 8 February 2002, page 1; also in The Canberra Times, 8 February 2002 and The West Australian, 8 February 2002

"Govt should act on audits", Sydney Morning Herald, 7 February 2002

"Informer: What's next", Business Review Weekly, 7 February 2002, page 22

"More scrutiny a global trend", The Daily Telegraph, 7 February 2002, page 8

Audits: merit in a market-based solution", The Australian Financial Review, 6 February 2002, page 55

"Ramsay Report submissions called for", www.eccountancy.com, 6 February 2002

"Audit report submissions", The Australian Financial Review, 5 February 2002, page 4

"Big Five face day of reckoning", The Sydney Morning Herald, 2 February 2002, page 42

"Government may ban auditors as consultants", The Australian Financial Review, 2 February 2002, page 5

"Andersen's embarrassment: the firm that signed off on HIH", The Australian Financial Review, 2 February 2002, page 24

"Watchdog won't even whimper", Company Director, February 2002, page 46

"Auditing at arm's length", CA Charter, February 2002, page 38

"The regulator needs some real teeth", Chief Financial Officer Magazine, February 2002, page 72

"The lessons Australia can learn from Enron", www.eccountancy.com, 1 February 2002

"Enron threat to local Andersen partners", The Australian Financial Review, 1 February 2002, page 60

"Raising the standards", CPA Australia, February 2002, page 14

SEC to strengthen regulatory framework", www.eccountancy.com, 31 January 2002

Editorial, "Taking stock of auditors", The Australian Financial Review, 29 January 2002, page 54

"ASIC awaits Government's view on Ramsay report before speaking out", The Accountant, 25 January 2002, page 6

"Accountancy - a profession under siege", www.eccountancy.com, 25 January 2002

"Accountants impatient over Ramsay Report", www.eccountancy.com, 24 January 2002

"Enron plight has implications for NZ", The Dominion (New Zealand), 23 January 2002, page 14

"Accountants told to stick to code of ethics", The Dominion (New Zealand), 22 January 2002, page 10

"'Crony capitalism' thriving", The New Zealand Herald, 21 January 2002

"Shredded credibility", The Courier Mail, 19 January 2002, page 69

"Who will audit the auditor? Enron case sparks furious debate", The Daily Telegraph, 19 January 2002, page 32

"HIH inquiry at bad time for Andersen", The Australian Financial Review, 19 January 2002, page 4

ABC Radio National, The Business Report, 19 January 2002

Editorial, "Trust in the books", The Sydney Morning Herald, 18 January 2002

Opinion, Chanticleer column, The Australian Financial Review, 18 January 2002, page 55

"Wake up call for NZ in Enron scandal audit", The New Zealand Herald, 18 January 2002

Editorial, "Urgent need for audit review", The Australian Financial Review, 17 January 2002, page 46

"ASIC targets audit conflicts", The Australian Financial Review, 17 January 2002, page 1

Opinion, Chanticleer column, The Australian Financial Review, 17 January 2002, page 48

"Screws tighten on auditors", The Australian, 17 January 2002, page 17

"ASIC plans sharp focus on conflicts in auditing", The Age, Business section, 17 January 2002, page 3

"Accountants in firing line", The Courier Mail, 17 January 2002

"PwC pleads for a light touch", Business Review Weekly, 17 January 2002, page 74

"Auditing the auditors", Shares, January 2002, page 81

"Independence and international standards: the talk of 2001", The Accountant, 20 December 2001, page 13

"New rules for audit standards", The Australian Financial Review, 19 December 2001, page 5

"Small step for auditors, giant leap for independence", The Age, Business section, 19 December 2001

"Groups release draft statement on ethics", The Age, Business section, 19 December 2001, page 5

"Auditors called to account", The Australian Financial Review, 18 December 2001, page 46

"Independence dominates down under", International Accounting Bulletin, 14 December 2001, page 9

"Auditors sign off on 26pc fee rise", The Australian Financial Review, 10 December 2001, page 1

"Reform slowed", Business Review Weekly, 6 December 2001, page 77

"Auditors flick pass the buck", The Australian, Business section, 5 December 2001, page 34

"Please explain! Auditor independence", CFO Magazine, December 2001

"Audit firm of the year", CFO Magazine, December 2001

"A new and improved audit committee", Board Report, November 2001, page 5

"Fees of Big Five legal arms to be revealed", Lawyers Weekly, 23 November 2001, page 1

"Australian audit independence: what the Big Five had to say", The Accountant, 22 November 2001, page 16

"Auditor independence raised as Australian election issue", International Accounting Bulletin, 15 November 2001, page 1

"Accountants seeking audit policy summit", The Adelaide Advertiser, 12 November 2001, page 51

"Check the pulse of your audit process", Company Director, November 2001, page 18

"Accounting: A global stance to model upon", Company Director, November 2001, page 32

"Auditor competency: Institute calls for Corps Act changes", Butterworths Corporation Law Bulletin, 2 November 2001, page 6

"Financial reporting, corporate governance and the vigilance of auditors and directors", Butterworths Corporation Law Bulletin, 2 November 2001, page 8

"Ramsay report welcomed", CPA Australia, November 2001, page 8

"Ramsay report on auditor independence", Charter, November 2001, page 6

"What the Ramsay report means", Charter, November 2001, page 8

"Auditors still feel misunderstood", Business Review Weekly, 1 November 2001, page 74

"Audits must be seen as above board", The Australian Financial Review, Professional Services, Special Report, 31 October 2001, page 8

"An independent perspective from Down Under", International Accounting Bulletin, 30 October 2001, page 10

"PwC Australia CEO says the Big Five must educate on role of auditors", The Accountant, 26 October 2001, page 1

"The Ramsay report: settling the audit independence debate", The Accountant, 26 October 2001, page 4

"Suggested AISB receives mixed criticism", The Accountant, 26 October 2001, page 5

"Super rules the top concern", Business Review Weekly, 25 October 2001, page 112

"ASIC and super win under Conroy's plan", Money Management, 25 October 2001

"Ramsay report: 2 year moratorium for auditors on company boards", Butterworths Corporation Law Bulletin, 19 October 2001

"Australian Government releases report on auditor independence", International Accounting Bulletin, 16 October 2001, page 1

"The Ramsay report: settling the audit independence debate", International Accounting Bulletin, 16 October 2001, page 4

"Ramsay recommends publication of reasons for CALDB decisions", International Accounting Bulletin, 16 October 2001, page 4

"Auditor roles scrutinised", The Risk Report, 12 October 2001

"PwC Australia CEO says Big Five must educate on role of auditors", The Accountant, October 2001, page 1

"The Ramsay report: settling the audit independence debate", The Accountant, October 2001, page 4

"ASIC dabbles in DLCs", CFO Magazine, October 2001

"More controls won't solve auditor issues", The Australian Financial Review, 12 October 2001, page 58

"Audit conflict unresolved", The Australian Financial Review, 9 October 2001, page 58

"Conflicting roles weigh on auditors", The Age, Business section, 8 October 2001, page 2; The Sydney Morning Herald, 8 October 2001

"Australia plans stricter controls on auditors", The Financial Times, 5 October 2001

"Report calls for audit safeguards", The Age, Business section, 5 October 2001, page 2

"Professor sent in to restore confidence", The Age, Business section, 5 October 2001, page 2

"Strict audit rules need cutting links", The Australian, 5 October 2001, page 23

"Auditing beauty not just in the eye of the beholden", The Australian, 5 October, page 22

"Stricter guidelines set out for company audits", The Sydney Morning Herald, 5 October 2001, page 18

"New audit board sets bar on ethics", The Australian Financial Review, 5 October, 2001, page 3

"Big five back 2-year board wait", The Australian Financial Review, 5 October 2001, page 62

"Why have auditors who can't spot fiddles", The Australian Financial Review, 5 October 2001, page 62

"Bid to keep auditors off client company boards", The Canberra Times, 5 October 2001

"Auditors face board bans", The Courier Mail, 5 October 2001, page 31

"Independent audits urged", The West Australian, 5 October 2001

"Bid to keep auditors off client company boards", The Ballarat Courier, 5 October 2001; The Tamworth Northern Daily Leader, 5 October 2001; The Port Macquarie News, 5 October 2001; The Dubbo Daily Liberal, 5 October 2001

Business Daily Program, Sky News, 4 October 2001

ABC Radio National, The PM Program, 4 October 2001

ABC Radio National, The World Today Program, 4 October 2001

ABC Radio National, The AM Program, 4 October 2001

"A matter of independence", Business Review Weekly, 4 October 2001, page 18

"Audit rules to be tightened", Business Review Weekly, 4 October 2001, page 77

"KPMG's sale to US is bonanza for its partners", The Age, Business section, 4 October 2001, page 3; The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 October 2001, page 25

"Taking on big business", The Australian Financial Review, 3 October 2001

"Defining the sanctity of the audit process", Chartered Accountants Journal (New Zealand), October 2001, page 57

"Auditor independence", Charter, September 2001, page 63

"Audit report nears completion", Business Review Weekly, 27 September 2001, page 18

"Independent auditors", Company Director, September 2001, page 6

"Crackdown on Australian auditors", Chartered Accountants Journal (New Zealand), September 2001, page 18

"Definitive guide to auditor independence", Company Director, September 2001, page 23

"Call for auditors role to be limited", The Australian Financial Review, 24 August 2001, page 18

"ASIC audit review", The Australian, Business section, 24 August 2001, page 21

"Corporations in the firing line", The Australian Financial Review, 17 August 2001, page 3

"Hockey to push tougher corporate rules", The Australian Financial Review, 16 August 2001, page 4

"Best in show", The Bulletin, 14 August 2001, page 51

"Review of auditor independence announced", Accountants Weekly, 10 August 2001, page 1

"Auditors under scrutiny", The Daily Telegraph, 3 August 2001, page 16

"Australian Government asks top professor to review audit regulation", The Accountant, July 2001, page 1

"Closing gap between expectations and reality in audits", The Age, Business section, 31 July 2001, page 3

"Audit of auditing is too limited", The Sydney Morning Herald, 31 July 2001

"Transparency better than regulation", www.eccountancy.com, 31 July 2001

"Global line for audit laws", The Australian Financial Review, 30 July 2001, page 45, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

"Clamp seen on auditors, size of bosses' bonuses", West Australian, Business News section, 30 July 2001, page 26

"After One.Tel, Hockey pledges new rules", The Sydney Morning Herald, 28 July 2001

"Laws on auditors nearer", The Australian, Business News, 28 July 2001, page 32

"Govt to act on audit laws, bonuses", The Canberra Times, 28 July 2001

"Minister pledges check on corporate auditors", The Courier Mail, 28 July 2001, page 69

"Auditor review", The Illawarra Mercury, 28 July 2001, page 53

"Corporate clampdown", The Newcastle Herald, 28 July 2001, page 41

"Audits, bonuses the focus of new laws", The Warrnambool Standard, 28 July 2001, page 13

"Audit moves", The Mercury, 28 July 2001, page 27

"Ramsay to examine auditors' independence", Butterworths Corporation Law Bulletin, 27 July 2001, para [420]

Business Daily Program, Sky News, 27 July 2001

"Talks on role of auditor", The Age, Business section, 27 July 2001, page 2

"Timely inquiry on audit rules", Business Review Weekly, 27 July 2001, page 20, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

"Expert appointed to head audit inquiry", The Age, Business section, 23 July 2001, page 3

"Running interference on auditor independence", Company Director, July 2001, page 31

Research study on executive remuneration by Associate Professor Geof Stapledon

"Bosses' pay swells to $2.2m", The Age, 31 March 2001, Business section, page 3

Research study on corporate governance guidelines by Professor Ian Ramsay and Dr Geof Stapledon

"AIST creates governance guidelines", Investor Weekly, 30 October 2000, page 5

Research study on US Securities and Exchange Commission Regulation FD by Jeffrey Lawrence

"Companies still grappling with ASIC rules", The Age, 6 November 2000, Business section, page B1

Research study on disclosure of directors' share trading by Dr Tom Harris and Professor Ian Ramsay

"Less than direct", The Sydney Morning Herald, 8 December 1999

Research study on compulsory acquisition of minority shareholdings by Dr Elizabeth Boros

"Small shareholders oppose revamped law", The Australian Financial Review, 30 September 1999, page 13

Research study on the lack of relationship between CEO pay and company performance by Dr Tom Harris and Professor Ian Ramsay

"CEO's high pay doesn't always mean better performance", The Australian Financial Review, 15-16 November 1997

Book on institutional shareholders and corporate governance by Dr Geof Stapledon

The Economist, 14 September 1996, page 9

Research study on loans to directors from company funds by Ian Ramsay

"Directors soon to face tougher rules", The Sydney Morning Herald, 24 April 1991, page 35

"Directors' loans under attack", Australian Business, 10 April 1991, pages 27-28

ABC Radio National, Daybreak Program, 9 April 1991

Radio 6WP, Kevin Hume Program, 5 April 1991

Radio 2GB, Noel Yates Program, 3 March 1991

Radio 2CN, Matt Abraham Program, 31 January 1991

"Shareholders in dark on directors' loans", The Sydney Morning Herald, 28 January 1991, page 21

"Directors' benefits law full of holes", The Sydney Morning Herald, 17 January 1991

Research study on directors' liability insurance by Ian Ramsay

"Collapses make liability insurance vogue industry", The Australian Financial Review, 25 January 1990, page 48