The Boards of Directors of companies listed in Hong Kong (the “Board”) are required to disclose in the Corporate Governance Report (“CG Report”), their acknowledgement that it is their responsibility on risk management and internal control systems, reviewing their effectiveness and to disclose in a narrative statement on how they have complied with the code provisions. The Board also needs to disclose in a statement in the CG Report that a review on the effectiveness of the risk management and internal control systems has been conducted and whether the listed issuer considers them effective and adequate.
The Board is also required to disclose mandatorily on an annual basis of whether the listed issuer has an internal audit function, how often the system are reviewed and the process coverage. The Board needs to declare how they have discharged their duties under the new codes in relation to the requirements of the Internal Audit function.
How we can help:
The Board can appoint us to perform an independent review to evaluate the internal control environment and to facilitate the risk management of the companies and their subsidiaries in order to comply with the requirements under the code provisions on an annual basis.
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