The global future of governance

The global future of governance

In October this year, Edith Shih FCIS FCS(PE), International President, The Chartered Governance Institute, delivered the opening address of Governance New Zealand’s National Governance Conference. In this article, based on her speech, she looks at emerging trends in...
ESG: how economics drives change

ESG: how economics drives change

Pat Nie Woo, Partner, Business Reporting and Sustainability, KPMG China, argues that making improved environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance an economic necessity will be our path to a more sustainable future. With United Nations reports containing...
Double anniversary reflections

Double anniversary reflections

A cocktail reception to celebrate 70 years of The Chartered Governance Institute and 25 years of The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries in Hong Kong had to be cancelled last month. The three speakers lined up for the event share their reflections with this...
US-China trade war: responding to uncertainty

US-China trade war: responding to uncertainty

Colum Bancroft, Managing Director, AlixPartners, looks at the risks and compliance issues arising from market conditions resulting from the current US-China trade war. The US-China trade war has caught the world’s attention in recent months, and even more so recently...