The Corporate Counsel Show: Why it might be time for Australian corporations to ‘go global’

By Jerome Doraisamy|03 June 2020
Garry Taylor

On this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, the general counsel and chief strategy officer for Croesus Holdings Group, Garry Taylor, delves into the development of a new scenario for how Australian corporations operate once we emerge out of the coronavirus crisis – by “going global”.

Garry joins host Jerome Doraisamy to discuss what an international business expansion actually entails, why such a prospect might pertain to Australian corporations in particular, and how a GC can manage their department in taking on such a task.

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Garry explains why hiring and training young employees is critical, outlines why he advocates for having a GC on the board of any corporation, and shares his sentiment towards a post-pandemic legal sector.

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