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Regulatory innovation – ACRU 2021 review: part one

Regulatory innovation – ACRU 2021 review: part one

Speakers at the 22nd Annual Corporate and Regulatory Update (ACRU) webinar, held by The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries on 11 June, emphasised the need for regulators in Hong Kong to find the right balance between high regulatory standards and market...

Good governance – a moving target? – ACRU 2021 review: part two

Good governance – a moving target? – ACRU 2021 review: part two

The 22nd ACRU webinar urged governance professionals, in the current environment of rapid change, to be agile in their approach to compliance and governance.  The agenda of this year’s ACRU demonstrates that the business environment in Hong Kong continues to grow in...

Compliance challenges – ACRU 2021 review: part three

Compliance challenges – ACRU 2021 review: part three

This third and final part of our review of the Institute’s 22nd ACRU webinar highlights the insights shared at the forum on compliance with Hong Kong’s corporate disclosure requirements, and its upgraded and expanded anti-money laundering and counter-financing of...

Climate change and the company secretary

Climate change and the company secretary

Sharan Gill, writer, lawyer and CSj contributor, reviews a new report published by the Corporate Secretaries International Association and PwC looking at the role of the company secretary in integrating climate initiatives into organisations’ governance structures....

Governance reform: new HKEX proposals

Governance reform: new HKEX proposals

CSj completes its review of the latest consultation published by Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd in April this year and the views expressed by The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries in its submission to the consultation. Last month’s CSj looked at the...

Organisational culture and purpose

Organisational culture and purpose

CSj looks at the role that culture and purpose plays in the long-term success of organisations, and at the role of boards and governance professionals in building a sound organisational culture and sense of purpose. In 2016, an investigation found that employees of...

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