BlueOnion’s Chief Sustainability Officer Dr. Jeanne Ng discusses challenges in adapting to an ever increasing corporate complexity in our world. Although ESG can take on an array of definitions, it inevitably calls for building better and more responsible systems to tackle long prevailing issues and for changes to how Board Members can help steer these issues.
Published on November 24, 2022
Stacey Chow | Director and Business & Society Asia-Pacific Lead Brunswick Group (Hong Kong SAR)
Adelena Chong | PBEC Board of Director, Managing Partner and Co-Founder Paddee Connexions, (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia).
Dr. Jeanne Ng |Chief Sustainability Officer BlueOnion (Hong Kong SAR).
Christopher Leahy | Co-Founder and Managing Director, Blackpeak; Specialist Advisor, Southeast Asia, Asian Corporate Governance Association. (Hong Kong SAR)
Mei Lin Fung | Chair The People Centered Internet,
Chair Technical Committee on Sustainability at IEEE Society for the Social Implications of Technology; (San Francisco, USA)
The Organizer's recap:-
High-profile corporate failures and misdeeds across Asia and China have alerted the general public to the issue of good and bad corporate governance once again. Building on the work that has been done by PBEC on Services, Transparency and Traceability, this roundtable will provide participants an opportunity to exchange views on the responsibility of corporate officers and directors on best practices with respect to independence of directors, conflicts of interest avoidance, and lessons learned including latest legislation for corporates to be aware of.
This video recording was originally published on PBEC-Pacific Basin Economic Council's YouTube page – PBEC Annual Dialogues Summit 2022 – Round table Discussions IV on Good Coprporate Governance (24 Nov, 2022)