Building a compliance culture

Building a compliance culture

Compliance failures often stem from poor management and governance within companies rather than deliberate fraud. Regulators attending this year’s Annual Corporate and Regulatory Update therefore emphasised the importance of their supervisory role in fostering a...
A changing landscape

A changing landscape

Keeping pace with regulatory change is one of the top challenges facing compliance professionals and the Institute’s Annual Corporate and Regulatory Update seminar aims to help attendees do just that – providing them with an opportunity to get first-hand...
Forging a global profession

Forging a global profession

The Corporate Secretaries International Association (CSIA) teamed up with the Global Corporate Governance Forum (GCGF) to publish the ‘Corporate Secretaries Toolkit’ earlier this year. This second part of our interview with Carina Wessels, CSIA President, and...
Know your Institute: the meaning of professionalism

Know your Institute: the meaning of professionalism

This second article in our series on the Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries gives an introduction to the work of the Institute in the critical areas of professional standards, research and advocacy. What is the purpose of a professional body? Perhaps the...
Preparing for the new competition law

Preparing for the new competition law

The Competition Ordinance, which is expected to be implemented next year, presents unprecedented opportunities and challenges for company secretaries and compliance professionals in Hong Kong. Zoe Chan So Yuen FCS FCIS, Solicitor, argues that it is time for business...
CSj July 2014 (pdf version)

CSj July 2014 (pdf version)

Building a compliance culture – ACRU 2014 review. Click the cover image below to view or download a pdf of the full...