Month: October 2019

Council Wide Risk Management Exec Summary

It has been nearly nine years since our inaugural Council-Wide Risk Management (CWRM) report in 2006. Our first, ground breaking survey concluded that most councils’ risk management efforts heavily focused on insurable risk areas and they needed to increase their attention towards non-insurable risks. Since our first report, a number of significant events have occurred

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PHIAC to APRA Transition

Following the Federal Budget announcement in May 2014, wheels are in motion to transfer the prudential regulatory functions of the Private Health Insurance Administration Council (PHIAC) to the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) and the Department of Health by 1 July 2015, with a view to closing PHIAC. During this period of transition from PHIAC to

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