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Seminar on Companies Ordinance & NGO Governance

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The Seminar on Companies Ordinance & NGO Governance was successfully held on 17 March 2017 with more than 100 participants. The speaker, Ms Susan Lo, FCIS FCS(PE), member of Professional Development Committee of The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries, explained the key provisions of the Companies Ordinance that affect the governance practices and operation of concerned NGOs. The presentation material covering directors’ duties, abolition of Memorandum of Association, requirements of financial and directors’ reports, meetings and resolution, display and disclosure of company name and liability status.

 

Dr John Fung, Business Director (Sector and Capacity Development), HKCSS presented a souvenir to Ms Susan Lo, FCIS FCS(PE), Member of Professional Development Committee, Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries as a token of thanks.

 

Dr John Fung, Business Director (Sector and Capacity Development), HKCSS presented a souvenir to Ms Susan Lo, FCIS FCS(PE), Member of Professional Development Committee, Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries as a token of thanks.

 

 

 

Ms Susan Lo highlighted the key provisions that affect the governance practices and operations of NGOs.

 

Ms Susan Lo highlighted the key provisions that affect the governance practices and operations of NGOs.  

 

 

 

Over a hundred board and committee members, agency heads, company secretaries and other stakeholders from different agencies attended the Seminar on Companies Ordinance & NGO Governance.

 

Over a hundred board and committee members, agency heads, company secretaries and other stakeholders from different agencies attended the Seminar on Companies Ordinance & NGO Governance.

 

 

 

Ms Susan Lo shared on basic compliance obligations of company under the new Companies Ordinance.

 

Ms Susan Lo shared on basic compliance obligations of company under the new Companies Ordinance.

 

 

 

Participants raised valuable questions contingent to the improvement of their organizations’ corporate governance.

 

Participants raised valuable questions contingent to the improvement of their organizations’ corporate governance.