A summary of findings from a survey of Hong Kong-based senior executives on the extent to which they have embedded risk management in their businesses
This joint survey by KPMG and the Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries focuses on the impact of new corporate governance requirements on risk management for Hong Kong-listed companies. It surveyed 197 Hong Kong-based senior executives, assessing the extent to which they have embedded risk management in their businesses.
The report highlights the top risk concerns facing executives of Hong Kong-listed companies, explores key risk management themes emerging from the survey, and identifies five key strategic imperatives for Hong Kong-listed companies to consider.
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