The roles of company secretaries have evolved from performing only compliance and administrative functions to having a much more strategic and deliberative role as an organisation's governance advisor. The level of responsibility calls for a thorough knowledge of the business of the organisation and of the laws, rules and regulations that govern its activities. It also requires astute judgment and considerable confidence.
In 2018, HKICS organised it first series of Practical Company Secretarial Workshops. The workshops received an overwhelming response. HKICS is pleased to have primarily Mrs April Chan, Past President and Chairman of Technical Consultation Panel of the Institute and Inaugural President of Corporate Secretaries International Association Limited (CSIA), to re-run a series of practical workshops to facilitate company secretarial and governance professionals at their various stages of careers to appreciate the dynamic and evolving roles of company secretaries. The workshops comprise four parts with 12 modules (details attached) and each module will be conducted in small interactive groups. Applicants are free to choose those modules which are of interest to them to attend.
In this Module 9 - Risk and Business Continuity Planning, speaker will discuss the followings:
- Role of company secretaries in the risk management framework
- The importance of business continuity planning
- Advise the board on business continuity planning
For more details of 12 modules, please refer to below flyer.
* Selected modules with elements applicable to students of HKICS as well as members practicing in the company secretarial field.
Mrs April Chan
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.