Should companies require a social licence to operate?
Join The Australian’s Associate Editor Chris Kenny as he hosts a panel discussion on the increasing importance of social accountability to both internal and external stakeholders.
Some businesses oppose the introduction of a 'social licence to operate' however consumers want proof that companies are taking their social and community responsibilities seriously. How would such a requirement change the way companies are run? Should companies be more closely scrutinised on matters such as diversity, tax-minimisation and environmental issues?
Alison Kitchen - National Chairman KPMG
John H C Colvin - Consultant and Former Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills
Elizabeth Proust - Chairman Australian Institute of Company Directors
Sam Mostyn - Chair Citibank Australia
November 22, 12pm to 2pm
Ivy Ballroom Sydney
Member price: $97.50