Chi-Ling Wong, BNY Mellon

Sarah Clark, Solium
Esther Kwong, Citi
Bruce Lee, PwC
Adie Leung, Citi
William Pang, Prudential

Danyle Anderson, Global Equity Organization
Joanna Mak, Brambles

Greater China

Hong Kong


Mark Your Calendar for GEO's Greater China Chapter 2019 Meetings

GEO's Greater China Chapter is please to announce new meetings planned for 2019. Stay tuned for more information.

Kick-off meeting – Shanghai – Friday 30 August 2019 – Time TBD
Half day event – Hong Kong – Friday 11 October 2019 – 2pm – 6pm
Year-end drinks – Hong Kong – Friday 6 December at 5.30pm



Highlights from 08 November 2018

GEO’s Greater China Chapter Meeting

Keeping up with Global Share Plan Developments in Asia Pacific
If you are offering a share plan to employees around the world, you better stay abreast of the many changes affecting such awards. This presentation will cover the latest tax, legal and other regulatory developments, new reporting obligations, and other guidance recently issued around the world with a focus on Asia Pacific. It is designed to easily keep up-to-date of the fast-pace changes happening in the share plan arena. The target audience are companies offering any type of share plan to employees, including option plans, share unit plans or share purchase plans (including matching share plans).
Presented by:
Barbara Klementz, Baker McKenzie

Presentation: Keeping up with Global Share Plan Developments in Asia Pacific



Highlights from 17 May 2018

GEO's Greater China Chapter Meeting in Hong Kong

Culture & Remuneration Governance
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority issued a guidance on Bank Culture Reform last year. In this session, we will be discussing the potential implications of this guidance and how it is influencing financial and non-financial companies with managing reward for senior executives.
Presented by:
Jeff TK Tang, Partner of People Advisory Services, Ernst & Young

2018 Global Equity Insight Survey
The 2018 Global Equity Insight Survey, now in its 6th year, will be presented during the GEO's 19th Annual Conference in Orlando. We will be highlighting the key findings during our session and copies of the survey will be made available.


Highlights from 24 November 2017

GEO's Greater China Chapter Meeting in Hong Kong

Termination of Employment: Trends in key Asian Markets
Share-based remuneration scheme constitutes an important element in the employment termination discussion. It is important to clearly define different termination conditions as they affect the treatment on vested and unvested awards. We will take you through the various termination provisions and their implication in equity compensation award treatment in China, Hong Kong and Singapore with real case sharing. It will be an open and interactive session for experience sharing and addressing questions.
Presented by:
Rowan McKenzie, Baker McKenzie (Hong Kong)
Jonathan Isaacs, Baker McKenzie (China)
Zhao Yang Ng, Baker McKenzie (Singapore)

Termination of Employment Trends in Key Asian Markets



Highlights from 11 August 2017

GEO's Greater China Chapter Meeting

2017 Global Equity Market Trends
Established in 2013, the Global Equity Insights Survey (GEIS) captures the market practice of participants from all over the world. GEO has published the 2017 results, which addresses the use of equity as a long-term incentive on a global level covering important topics such as plan types and design, implementation and administration challenges as well as linkages to company performance and employee satisfaction. Join us as we share the major survey findings from this year’s study for the first time and hear how the findings will impact your HR and equity compensation strategy in the future.
Presented by:
Sarah Clark, Solium
William Pang, Prudential Corporation Asia

2017 Global Equity Market Trends

Corporate governance landscape in Asia-Pacific
We will review the corporate governance landscape in Asia-Pacific as it impacts executive compensation and especially long-term incentive plan practices, with a view of how recent changes and current trends such as increasingly stringent disclosure rules are likely to impact future practices. We will also provide an overview of the increasing visibility and influence of institutional investors – including advisory firms such as Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) – in Asia, and how their views of executive compensation governance are increasingly impacting regional market practices with regard to LTI designs.
Presented by:
Trey Davis, Willis Towers Watson

Corporate governance landscape in Asia-Pacific



Highlights from 23 March 2017

GEO's Greater China Chapter Meeting

The Global Equity Organization (GEO) was pleased to host attendees to the first Greater China Chapter meeting. This informal social event took place on Thursday, March 23, 2017, and a wide arrange of snacks and a complementary drinks were served.

The Greater China Chapter is an excellent opportunity to network with share plan professionals from the Greater China region and share ideas for the upcoming GEO Greater China Chapter Meeting in May 2017.


30 August 2019


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