In High Places

Elizabeth Broderick has attracted an army of supporters across the globe and has a knack for getting people onside, even if they don’t always agree with her position. Photo: Anthony Geernaert.

Why Elizabeth Broderick wants men to step up alongside women


Dr Gary Johns sees the ACNC’s charity marketplace as similar in its approach to that of the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in the sense that we should be known for the accuracy of the data, and it’s not our business to comment. Photo: Jarrod Barnes.

ACNC Commissioner Gary Johns focuses on sector transparency


Leading women, left to right: Karina Wong CPA, Alison Yam CPA, Vickie Fan FCPA, Carmen Lei CPA. Photo: Calvin Sit.

Meet the leaders reshaping accounting in Asia


"While much has been achieved, too many boards in the ASX200 have stopped at appointing just one woman." Photo: Jarrod Barnes.

Elizabeth Proust is used to being the only woman in the boardroom. Now she wants more women to join her.


Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan has set out how he hopes the plan will play out over his remaining years in the job. Photo: Jarrod Barnes.

ATO's Chris Jordan: The man with a tax plan


Dr Can Van Luc CPA, chief economist at the state-owned BIDV, the country’s second-biggest lender by market value. Image: Boris Zuliani.

Vietnamese economy stands at a crossroads, and Dr Can Van Luc CPA has a front-row seat


Penny Burtt, CEO of Asialink. Photo: Jarrod Barnes.

Asialink CEO Penny Burtt is driven by some unfinished business


PayPal chief executive officer Dan Schulman (left) believes there’s plenty to go around. Like others in the digital payments business, he describes the potential market as not just online commerce, but all commerce.

Game of PayPal: CEO Dan Schulman keeps PayPal relevant by teaming up with its foes


Creatures on show at <i>Walking with Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular</i> at Arena Birmingham.

Meet the accountants at Creature Technology Co. who are bringing dinosaurs to life


On being appointed the sixth head of the prestigious Melbourne Business School in March 2018, Professor Ian Harper’s mandate was to re-engage MBS with the university and various major external stakeholders. Photographer: Jarrod Barnes.

Economist Ian Harper's grand plans for business education


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