HKIoD

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HKIoDHong Kong Institute of Directors
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A non-profit-distributing organisation with membership consisting of directors from listed and non-listed companies, HKIoD is committed to providing directors with educational programmes and information service and establishing an influential voice in representing directors.
Dr Carlye Tsui, CEO of HKIoD, said, "HKIoD has been unflaggingly promoting corporate governance and excellence in corporate directorship by offering its members a variety of training courses and learning opportunities.
Directors Of The Year Awards 2015 is organised by HKIoD and co-organised by Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau of HKSAR Government, the Securities and Futures Commission and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.
Dr Carlye Tsui, CEO of HKIoD, said, "There has seen significant enhancement of board practices in recent years.
Directors Of The Year Awards 2014 is organised by HKIoD and co-organised by Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau of HKSAR Government, the Securities and Futures Commission and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.
Dr Carlye Tsui, CEO of HKIoD said, "HKIoD continues to advocate the importance of strengthening corporate governance standards and we believe promoting ESG policies is an important step forward.
Directors of the Year Awards 2013 is organised by HKIoD and co-organised by Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau of HKSAR Government, the Securities and Futures Commission and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.
Dr Carlye Tsui, CEO of HKIoD said, "We strongly believe that the continuing professional development of directors is a key to ensuring the overall effectiveness of the board.
DYA 2011 is hosted by HKIoD with 83 project partners, including 28 distinguished persons on the Panel of Judges.
Dr Carlye Tsui, CEO of HKIoD, said, "The Institute has always advocated promoting Hong Kong as a leading example of corporate governance and nurturing in Hong Kong a talent pool of top class company directors can only bea plus towards achieving this goal.
DOYA is hosted by the HKIoD with 77 project partners, including 26 distinguished persons on the Panel of Judges.
We hope listed companies in Hong Kong will work harder yet to raise their corporate governance standard and HKIoD is ready to assist them.