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CSj March 2021 (pdf version)

CSj March 2021 (pdf version)

Gender diversity – An action plan for boards Click the cover image below to view or download a pdf of the full...

Artificial intelligence and ethics

Artificial intelligence and ethics

The potential of artificial intelligence is enormous, but Dr Jag Kundi, a Hong Kong-based scholar-practitioner active in the FinTech space, warns that without thorough ethical oversight, this new tool could have unintended, disastrous consequences. Artificial...

Reset and refocus – Redefining business for the post-Covid recovery

Reset and refocus – Redefining business for the post-Covid recovery

In her Guest of Honour speech at the Institute’s Online Annual Celebration 2021, Laura Cha GBM GBS JP, Chairman, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEX), argued that governance professionals are playing a pivotal role in redefining how businesses are run in the...

At long last: Hong Kong’s very own corporate rescue procedure

At long last: Hong Kong’s very own corporate rescue procedure

Evelyn Chan, Partner, and Adriel Wong, Paralegal, Gall, look at the government’s latest proposals to formally implement a statutory corporate rescue procedure and insolvent trading provisions in Hong Kong. The idea of reforming Hong Kong’s corporate rescue regime was...

New guidance on qualification requirements for company secretaries

New guidance on qualification requirements for company secretaries

Angel Wong, Partner, and Maxwell Chan, Senior Associate, ONC Lawyers, summarise a recent guidance letter on the qualification and experience requirements for company secretaries of Hong Kong listed companies. Introduction On 28 August 2020, The Stock Exchange of Hong...

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