HI6026 Corporate Governance Assignment Help

HI6026 Corporate Governance Assignment Help

HI6026 Corporate Governance Assignment Help

HI6026 Corporate Governance Assignment Help

HI6026 Corporate Governance Assignment Help

Assignment Specifications:-


This assignment aims to enhance students’ critical thinking skills and higher order application abilities by researching what the key factors are which create the Demand for Corporate Governance and Audit Committee. Students will also need to consider the benefits of assurance services to key stakeholders including: Shareholders, Directors, Creditors, Suppliers, Customers, Regulators and potential investors.

The assignment structure must be as follows:-

1. Holmes Institute Assignment Cover Sheet – Full Name, Student No., Campus, Session No.

2. Executive Summary:-

• The Executive summary should be concise and not involve too much detail.

• It should make commentary on the main points only and follow the sequence of the report.

• Write the Executive Summary after the report is completed, and once you have an overview of the whole text.

• The Executive Summary appears on the first page of the report.

3. Contents Page:-

This needs to show a logical listing of all the sub-headings of the report’s contents. Note this is excluded from the total word count.

4. Introduction:-

A short paragraph which includes background, scope and the main points raised in order of importance. There should be a brief conclusion statement at the end of the Introduction.

5. Main Body Paragraphs - with numbered sub-headings:-

Detailed information which elaborates on the main points raised in the Introduction. Each paragraph should begin with a clear topic sentence, then supporting sentences with facts and evidence obtained from research and finish with a concluding sentence at the end.

6. Conclusion:-

A logical and coherent evaluation based on a thorough and an objective assessment of the research performed.

7. Appendices:-

Include any additional explanatory information which is supplementary and/ or graphical to help communicate the main ideas made in the report. Refer to the appendices in the main body paragraphs, as and where appropriate. (Note this is excluded from the total word count.)

(a) “Audit committees do not prepare financial reports, nor do they conduct audits. But they have an essential role to play in ensuring the integrity and transparency of corporate reporting” – explain what is the role of an audit committee in ensuring the integrity and transparency of corporate reporting? Is an audit committee mandatory in Australia? (9)

(b) What do the ASX Corporate Governance Principles say about having an internal audit function? (5)

(c) Baxby Fashion Ltd is a long-established Australian company, based in Brisbane that manufactures office cloths. Started in 1995 as a family-owned business, it expanded rapidly with branches around Australia and was listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in 2000. The governance structure of Baxby Fashion includes seven directors, four of whom are executive directors and three of whom are non-executive directors. The four executive directors are Sue Berry (CEO), Gordon Dawn (CFO), Neal Arthur (marketing director) and Bluberry Richard (chief information officer). The three nonexecutive directors are Rogers Burrit (who joined the board in 2013 as the independent chair), Lucy Brian (a widely recognised furniture designer) and Tully McDonald (a solicitor who has been on the board since Baxby Fashion was listed). The Baxby Fashion board has three subcommittees: remuneration, nomination and audit. The audit committee consists of Tully McDonald (chair), Bluberry Richard and Lucy Brian. Provide three compliance concerns with the current structure of the audit committee, according to the ASX’s Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations. Explain your answers. (10)

(d) From 2014, Baxby Fashion Ltd, which recently listed on the ASX, was established by Tully McDonald to provide high-quality fashion products based on the latest trends at reasonable prices. At the June 2018 board meeting, Tully McDonald, who is currently the chair, advised the rest of the board that he had just signed an agreement to set up and run fashion-watch kiosks in large department stores, in a major venture with Colette Hayman Handbags, a fashion handbag manufacturer. The board was stunned that this was the first that they had heard of the venture, and the CFO, Gordon Dawn, expressed concern that they had no experience of this type of operation and that they knew nothing about Colette Hayman Handbags. However, Tully said that it was a ‘done deal’ and that he was confident of its success. He said he was very impressed with Mark Hayman from Colette Handbags, with whom he had held several meetings to discuss the project, and that he expected future sales arising from the venture to be significant. Identify two key ASX Corporate Governance Council principles that have been breached and explain how Tully has breached them. (10)

Resources and Reference Links:-

1. Textbook: Gay & Simnett, Auditing & Assurance Services in Australia, 7th Edn, McGraw Hill Education, 2018

2. https://www.asx.com.au/documents/regulation/cgc-principles-and-recommendations-fourth-edn.pdf

3. https://www.iaasb.org/focus-areas/focus-audit-quality

4. https://www.cpaaustralia.com.au/~/media/corporate/allfiles/document/professionalresources/auditing-assurance/evolving-roles-of-audit-committees.pdf?la=en

5. https://asic.gov.au/regulatory-resources/financial-reporting-and-audit/auditors/internal-audit/

Group Formation and Assignment Submission:-

Students are required to work on the assignment in groups of 4 produce a group report.

Assessment items must be submitted on Blackboard. The written assignment must be in a report format and submitted through safe-assign prior to final submission. The originality percentage should be as low as possible. The written submission must be double-checked, edited and rephrased if the originality percentage and plagiarism risk is noted as Medium or High, as per safe-assign.

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