Automated governance?

Automated governance?

Technology is now more central to the strategy and operation of organisations than ever before. CSj looks at what impact this is having on governance practices and on the roles of Chartered Secretaries and Chartered Governance Professionals (CS/CGPs). If there were...

Implementing a Privacy Management Programme

Implementing a Privacy Management Programme

Ada Chung FCG FCS, Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong (PCPD), advocates for the implementation a Privacy Management Programme as a vital part of a company’s commitment to good corporate governance...

Governance concerns – A minority shareholder perspective

Governance concerns – A minority shareholder perspective

Minority shareholders have consistent concerns relating to governance best practice deviations in Hong Kong. Philip Foo CFA CA, Vice-President, APAC Research and Engagement, Glass Lewis, discusses some of the common triggers for concern and how to reduce the...

Cross-border insolvency – What you should know as a creditor

Cross-border insolvency – What you should know as a creditor

Wynne Mok, Partner, Ruby Chik, Associate, Jason Cheng, Associate, and Kathleen Poon, Associate, Slaughter and May, consider some of the main issues and implications involved in cross-border insolvency from the point of view of a creditor. With the global economic...

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