Newcrest's golden escape clause

Maurice Newman's review of Newcrest Mining's investor relations conduct shows that continuous disclosure only works as intended if the market understands what information is being disclosed.

Maurice Newman’s review of Newcrest Mining’s disclosure and investor relations practices in the wake of the ‘’selective briefings’’ controversy that the Australian Securities and Investment Commission is now investigating is as interesting for what is says about the workings of the broader marketplace as it is for its specific conclusions about Newcrest’s own conduct.


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