New horizons

New horizons

In interview with CSj, the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA) President Frank Bush FCIS discusses the new structure of ICSA Council and the organisation’s aspirations to become the leading global professional body in governance. ICSA...
Should Hong Kong permit weighted voting rights?

Should Hong Kong permit weighted voting rights?

CSj conducts an unofficial poll on the most hotly contested corporate governance issue in Hong Kong at the moment. A quarter of a century ago, the Hong Kong stock exchange came under pressure after three of the city’s most powerful conglomerates – Jardine...
Speaking out

Speaking out

In her keynote speech at this year’s ‘Asian Company Secretary of the Year’ awards, Edith Shih, Head Group General Counsel and Company Secretary at Hutchison Whampoa Ltd and HKICS Past President, highlighted the need for company secretaries to have...
Changing rules, changing roles – managing it all

Changing rules, changing roles – managing it all

The Institute’s corporate governance paper competition is run biennially in tandem with the Institute’s corporate governance conferences. This month, CSj publishes the second and final part of the winning paper in this year’s competition, in which...