Thursday 5th February 2015
Duration: approx. 2 hours
Despite uncertainty over its future the ACNC remains the regulator – for now. Dealing with it, understanding its requirements and positioning for possible change is the subject of this session:
- Dealing with ATO and ACNC – The dichotomy of power
- ATO and ACNC – handling diverse regulatory approaches
- Cleaning up the register – ACNC regulatory control and penalty powers
- Two strikes and you’re out – removal from register
- National reporting – requirements and compliance burden
- Compliance with new governance standards – the ACNC perspective
- ACNC investigations – what to watch out for
- DSS proposals for reporting
- ACNC as the regulator – positioning for potential change
- The new ‘Governing Rules’ and ‘solely’ requirements.
- The Commissioner’s power since the Cancer & Bowel Research Association research case
This webinar is suitable for accountants and lawyers advising not for profits, and executives working for not for profits and charities – Australia wide.
PRESENTED BY: Dr Matthew Turnour, Director and Chairman, Neumann & Turnour Lawyers, Brisbane
Matthew Turnour is a Director and the Chairman of Neumann & Turnour Lawyers and heads the Corporate and Commercial Law Division of the practice. He is Chair of the Queensland Law Society’s Subcommittee for the Not-for-profit Sector and a Director of the Australian Charity Law Association. Matthew is a member of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission’s Professional User Group.
His PhD thesis, entitled Beyond Charity: Outlines of a Jurisprudence for Civil Society was awarded Outstanding Thesis Award from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). His other degrees are a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Economics from the University of Queensland, and a Master of Arts by research from QUT.
Matthew is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australian Institute of Management.
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