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    1. More than Half of Hong Kong-Listed Companies do not Meet Corporate Governance Requirements

      More than Half of Hong Kong-Listed Companies do not Meet Corporate Governance Requirements

      Forty six per cent of the Hang Seng Composite Index (HKCI) constituent companies are now in full compliance with the “ Corporate Governance Code” issued by the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) in January 2005, according to Grant Thornton Hong Kong's 2017 Corporate Governance ...

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    2. Sharp drop in Silver Base's revenue raises corporate governance issue

      Sharp drop in Silver Base's revenue raises corporate governance issue

      An analyst has questioned corporate governance at Silver Base after the company reported an unexpected sharp drop in interim revenue. The liquor distributor admitted that some managers had left the company and some mainland stores had closed. Silver Base's share price fell 4.9 per cent to close at HK$2.31 yesterday, while the shares of Kweichow Moutai, which produces the Moutai liquor, dropped 7.3 per cent to 200.19 yuan (HK$249.18) on the Shanghai stock exchange. Wuliangye Yibin, which makes Wu

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    3. Few firms good enough for top governance prize

      Few firms good enough for top governance prize

      No company or organisation was good enough to win the highest prize in three of five categories of the corporate governance disclosure awards this year, the awards organiser, the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, said. Like last year, only two diamond awards, the top prize, were given. These two years saw the lowest number of top awards in its 13-year history, institute president Keith Pogson said. The largest number of diamond awards ever given in one year was four, said Pogs

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    4. Corporate governance of Hong Kong firms better now, survey found

      Corporate governance of Hong Kong firms better now, survey found

      Corporate governance has improved since 2009, according to a survey of 121 listed companies by the Hong Kong Institute of Directors and Hong Kong Baptist University. The average corporate governance score was 71.91 on a scale of 100, the same as in the previous survey in 2009. "The score has been more or less the same. But if you look at the content, this year has higher standards than 2009," said Stephen Cheung Yan-leung, the dean of the business school at Baptist University. "Corporate governa

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