Guidelines for Directors (4th edition) is a desk-top and easy-to-carry reference book for both practicing directors and newly appointed directors. The 4th edition includes the latest legal and regulatory updates, particularly the Companies Ordinance (Cap 622) effective commencing 3 March 2014. Issues addressed in the Guidelines include:-
- The board, the company, general meeting and management; the functions of directors and how the board operates.
- Directors’ legal status, powers, and duties; conflicts and declaration of interest; disclosure, reporting, and accounting, etc; how to perform duties.
- The directors as an individual: eligibility; appointment, removal, disqualification; remuneration, and compensation.
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PART I – THE COMPANY AND ITS BOARD
PART II – DIRECTORS’ LEGAL STATUS, POWERS AND DUTIES
PART III – THE DIRECTORS AS AN INDIVIDUAL
APPENDIX- “THE NEW COMPANIES ORDINANCE (CAP 622): MAJOR INITIATIVES” BY THE COMPANIES REGISTRY
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