Risk Management Now a Top Priority Among Hong Kong's Senior Executives

October 2015
CFO Innovation Asia;10/16/2015, p1
The article highlights the growing attention paid by Hong Kong-based companies on risk management as discovered by a joint survey from KPMG and the Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Securities (HKICS), which also discovered there are still many who fails to integrate risk management into their planning decisions. Also mentioned are issues related to internal audit (IA) discovered by the joint survey including 15 percent of respondents saying they do no have an IA function in place.


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