The challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic and geo-political/trade tensions have shown that there is a need for business to evolve under the new economic order to survive and hopefully flourish. Businesses need to understand and seek to fulfil their purpose, beyond profit, and to address relevant stakeholder interests for long-term sustainability.
This seminar will explore this evolution and what it means for governance – the increasing demands of stakeholders; how to identify and engage them and the risks from failure to do so; how to identify material issues and how to take these into account in decision making. The discussions will reference relevant case studies and showcase the important thought leadership of the Institute on the subject of purposeful governance.
This seminar is also in partnership with the Hong Kong Trade Development Council – as part of the International Financial Week of the Asian Financial Forum 2021 (AFF). Participants of AFF 2021 will enjoy HKICS member’s rate in attending this seminar. Target audience: directors, INEDs, governance professionals, company secretaries, directors, senior management, advisers and consultants.
Speakers and Panellists' bio (in order of appearance):
Ms Gillian Meller
Mr John Sequeira
Mr Amar Gill
Ms Lau Ka Shi
Seat guarantee will only be given to HKICS Fellows and/or Practitioner’s Endorsement (PE) holders if registered 10 clear working days with payment prior to the date of the seminar.
Note: The following fees for member, graduate and student are fees after 10% discount.