The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries (HKICS) once again brings you prominent
speakers from the regulatory bodies in Hong Kong at its 20th Annual Corporate and Regulatory Update (ACRU)
Why should I attend?
Comments from ACRU 2018“ This is so far the best HKICS event I've ever attended. ” Company secretary from a listed company
This annual signature event of HKICS provides a unique forum for company secretaries, directors, governance professionals and senior management to learn of the latest corporate and regulatory developments directly from regulators. This year’s ACRU will include updates on disclosures and enforcement issues over listed issuers, company centric law and anti-money laundering developments, and provide clues on vexed questions relating to mandatory provident fund reform. There will also be ample opportunities for peer-to-peer interaction and networking.
Register now for this important and popular governance conference before places run out!
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