HK conference on corruption and governance

This two-day conference organised by CSI Asia tackles the link between good corporate governance and corporate social responsibility. The event, starting on 25 September, emphasises the role of governance tools in mitigating risks associated with issues such as bribery, corruption and accountability.

by CSI Asia
Last Updated: 23 Jul 2013

It will also be argued that good governance is integral to managing risks associated with the environment, human rights and labour standards. Many of these risks are now the subject of litigation. Asian values and perspectives on governance will be considered as a way to promote good governance in the region.

The conference will take place at the Nikko Hotel, Hong Kong, on September 25-26 2006.

For more information, contact Rosanne Costin at rcostin@csr-asia.com or click here for the conference's brochure.

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