The COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges across a number of industries, and has given rise to numerous disputes. The COVID-19 Act 2020 came into force on 23 October 2020. To what extent does the COVID-19 Act 2020 provide a solution to these problems? What other solutions can be explored? Join our distinguished speakers for a […]
Category Archives: Corporate Governance
Implications of the UK Bribery Act on Foreign Businesses with Emphasis on Malaysia
Enclosed below is a full speech by Vivian Robinson QC , Partner at McGuire Woods London LPC at a Seminar on Corporate Governance: Corrupt Practices held on 2nd December 2014
Extent of Responsibilities of Corporate Organisations for Bribery Acts of Their Employees
Enlcosed below is the full speech from a Corporate Governance on Corrupt Practices by YBhg Datuk Tun Abd Majid b. Tun Hamzah, Deputy Solicitor General 1, Malaysia held on 2 Dec 2014 in Concorde Hotel
Seminar on Corporate Governance: Corrupt Practices
Enclosed below is the full keynote address from YBhg. Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail, Attorney General Malaysia, held at Concorde Hotel on 2 Dec 2014.
Corporate Governance Seminar
Good business is not just about achieving the desired financial results by being competitive but must also be ethical, sustainable and in compliance with law. It is therefore the responsibility of stewards and guardians of companies to not only set up strategic directions and guidelines in the compliances with these but also to ensure the companies conduct themselves in this manner.