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Good corporate governance and ethical leadership are widely recognised as important factors to minimize risks of corruption and malpractices at workplace. Professionals provide invaluable advice to senior management on corporate governance and act as guardians watching out for malpractices and non-compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Professionals who perform their guardian role well can spot the red flags, blow the whistle and guide companies to maintain sound risk management and control systems to prevent corruption and related malpractices. With reference to the ICAC’s experience on investigation and corruption prevention work, the speaker will introduce the relevant ordinance and analyse common corruption risks and ethical issues encountered by company directors, senior management and professionals in their daily work. This webinar will review the current corruption scene, the guardian role of professionals in corruption prevention and ethical governance as well as the practice of professional and business ethics with a review of the “3-As Model”.
Mr. Daniel CHUI
Deputy Executive Director
Hong Kong Business Ethics Development Centre (HKBEDC)
Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC)
Mr. Daniel CHUI joined the Community Relations Department of the ICAC in 1998. Throughout the years, Mr. CHUI has accrued experience in liaising with various sectors and giving corruption prevention seminars for personnel from government and private corporations, including senior management of private companies and professional bodies as well as promoting the ICAC corruption prevention philosophy to overseas visitors. Mr CHUI currently serves in the HKBEDC as Deputy Executive Director to promulgate ethics and anti-corruption messages to different strata of the community. Mr CHUI holds a Bachelor of Social Science Degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Ethics Development Centre was established under the auspices of the Community Relations Department of the Independent Commission Against Corruption in May 1995 to fortify the business sector’s resistance to corruption. It was rebranded as the Hong Kong Business Ethics Development Centre in May 2015 and its main role is to promote business and related ethics in Hong Kong on a long-term basis.
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