McIntire Investment Institute

Hong Kong Investor Relations Association Announces Winners of the 7th IR Awards 2021

Tuesday, September 14, 2021 - 1:01pm

Now in its seventh consecutive year, the Awards has been recognising and honouring investor relations ("IR") excellence and best practices among Hong Kong listed companies and IR professionals.

Key Points: 
  • Now in its seventh consecutive year, the Awards has been recognising and honouring investor relations ("IR") excellence and best practices among Hong Kong listed companies and IR professionals.
  • The 7th IR Awards 2021 enjoyed widespread support from listed companies and the investment sector.
  • The IR Pledge Program is designed to recognize Hong Kong listed companies with commitment to follow best practices in investor relations.
  • Strategic Public Relations Group is once again proud to be the Official Public Relations Partner and Diamond Sponsor of HKIRA IR Awards 2021.

HKIoD Global Webinar Series Supports More Women on Boards

Thursday, August 19, 2021 - 8:09am

The "Women in Governance" series, running through July and August and attracting 500 directors, both men and women registered from around the world, discussed the crucial roles women directors play, their value, and how society can support more women in director positions.

Key Points: 
  • The "Women in Governance" series, running through July and August and attracting 500 directors, both men and women registered from around the world, discussed the crucial roles women directors play, their value, and how society can support more women in director positions.
  • The series was divided into three webinars including, "Corporate Governance and Why Gender Matters", "Women on Boards" and "Corporate Governance Policies that Support Women".
  • On the objective of the conference series, HKIoD CEO Dr Carlye Tsui remarked, "We are all aware of the benefits of gender diversity.
  • The 'Women in Governance' series is a great example of the kind of global conversations needed to ensure we see real change at the board level."