We live in turbulent times and as a result many people are making the decision either to take a leave of absence from Hong Kong (two or three years working from their home countries or from a third country such as Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia or the Middle East) or leave permanently. If you own a private company limited by shares or have a property or other assets which are owned by a company structure, you will need to decide what to do with your company before you leave Hong Kong – and of course you will need to take other shareholders wishes into consideration.Read more
Companies are legally required to hold an Annual General Meeting (AGM). The AGM provides an opportunity for the directors and shareholders to gather together, touch base, exchange ideas, and disclose and vote on important issues.
In recent years, however, many companies have reported a significant decline in attendance and engagement levels.Read more