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Compliance and Beyond: A Tale of Two Companies

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Suntarks Company Limited (“Suntarks”) was a company listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong from the 1970s. It had been handed down to the third generation of family management by patriarch Man-kan Wong – first to his uninterested heir Robert and then to his overly ambitious but inexperienced granddaughter, Eva.

This case illustrates what could go wrong when a company overlooks basic principles of good corporate governance. Conflicts of interest and ethical challenges can arise within all levels of a company and can appear within the scope of all of a company’s business activities. Constant vigilance and continuous education are the keys to overcome these challenges.

Learning Objective:

  1. Enhance the awareness of directors and senior executives of listed companies and related professionals of ethical leadership and of their guardianship role in sustainable corporate development;

  2. Highlight possible corruption risks and ethical challenges faced by the aforementioned persons when performing their duties; and

  3. Sharpen readers’ skills in handling corruption and ethical challenges.

Year of Publication: 2019
Ref. No.: 17/598C
Discipline: Organizational Behavior and Leadership, Social Enterprises & Ethics
Industry: Conglomerates
Country: China (People's Rep. of), Hong Kong SAR
Languages: English
Pages of Text: 10