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By now it’s common knowledge that from 1 January 2020 public companies, large private proprietary companies, corporate trustees of superannuation funds and some not-for-profits in Australia will be required by law to have a whistleblower policy. This has improved legal protection for whistleblowers but it will take more than changes to the law for people […]

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Whistleblower protection limps on!

  The Australian Financial Services Minister Kelly O’Dwyer was reported in the Melbourne Age on 23rd of June 2017 announcing that the government wants to tighten legislation to give compensation and protection of anonymity to people who blow the whistle on corporate corruption or unethical behaviour. Government legislation and enforcement is essential but seems to […]

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$36bn Tax Scandal & whistleblowers.

The BBC has reported on a breaking tax scandal in Germany with global implications that makes the current Australian Tax Office investigation into a $165m fraud look like small beer. “An international group of bankers, lawyers and stockbrokers – reportedly with links to the City of London – appears to have fiddled the tax system, […]

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