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Post Panama – the implications for CSPs

Post Panama – the implications for CSPs

Bryane Michael, Senior Fellow, Asian Institute for International Financial Law (AIIFL), Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong, looks at the implications for corporate service providers (CSPs) of the tougher regulatory requirements imposed on CSPs in the post...

CSj January 2018 (pdf version)

CSj January 2018 (pdf version)

Listing regulation – New proposals for Hong Kong Click the cover image below to view or download a pdf of the full...

AGM review 2017

AGM review 2017

Lucy Newcombe, Director, Global Corporate Communications, Computershare, takes us on a tour of the 2017 Annual General Meeting (AGM) season, locally and internationally. After several years where shareholder activism has been the major point of change and contention...

Strategies for staying competitive

Strategies for staying competitive

CSj talks to HKSAR Financial Secretary Paul Mo-Po Chan GBM GBS JP FCIS FCS about his aspirations for maintaining Hong Kong’s competitive edge in the rapidly changing political, business and social environment, and about the role that professional practitioners such as...

Trends in ESG reporting: are you prepared?

Trends in ESG reporting: are you prepared?

John Sayer, Director, Carbon Care Asia, highlights the latest trends in environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting and offers advice on how to ensure you gain first-mover benefits rather than face the catch-up penalties of a laggard. It is clear that ESG...

ESG reporting – Connecting the disconnect for investors

ESG reporting – Connecting the disconnect for investors

Disclosing just performance metrics does not constitute effective environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting. Dr Glenn Frommer and Theodora Thunder, Principals, Sustainability Partnership, give some practical advice on how companies can structure a connected...

Hacking risks related to internet trading

Hacking risks related to internet trading

Herbert Smith Freehills looks at the latest guidance from the Securities and Futures Commission which sets out minimum standards to enhance cybersecurity resilience and reduce and mitigate hacking risks related to internet trading. On 27 October 2017, the Securities...

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