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CSj May 2020 (pdf version)

CSj May 2020 (pdf version)

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Principle, passion and patience

Principle, passion and patience

CSj gets advice on what it takes to make a career in the not-for-profit sector. Hong Kong has seen a tumultuous few months with an economy in recession, the ongoing social protests and the current COVID-19 outbreak. The impact on the not-for-profit (NFP) sector has...

The road ahead

The road ahead

The winner of The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries (HKICS) Prize 2019, Edith Shih FCG(CS, CGP) FCS(CS, CGP)(PE) International President, The Chartered Governance Institute, and former HKICS President, looks at the road ahead for the profession under the...

Convening general meetings: new deregulatory measures

Convening general meetings: new deregulatory measures

The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries Regional Board Secretary Panel (RBSP) Roundtable Meeting (RBSP Meeting), held on 16 January 2020 in Hong Kong, focused on new deregulatory changes relating to the notice period for convening general meetings of Mainland...

Don’t panic, stay calm

Don’t panic, stay calm

Gabriela Kennedy, Partner, and Cheng Hau Yeo, Associate, Mayer Brown, offer legal strategies for addressing coronavirus phishing scams in Hong Kong. As COVID-19 spreads around the world, so are phishing scams or the infection of computer systems with malware through...

Is there a place for burden of proof in MMT proceedings?

Is there a place for burden of proof in MMT proceedings?

Barbara Chiu, Partner, and Nichole Hou, Counsel, King & Wood Mallesons, highlight the implications of a Court of Appeal judgment, recently affirmed by the Court of Final Appeal, regarding the burden and standard of proof required in Market Misconduct Tribunal...

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