The Board acknowledges the importance of good corporate governance practices and believes that maintaining a high standard of corporate governance practices is crucial to the development of the Company.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Board is responsible for the leadership and control of the Company and overseeing the Group’s affairs. The Board formulates the overall strategic direction and reviews and approves major transaction of the Group, while the management is delegated with the power to implement policies and strategies as set out by the Board.

The Board has a balanced composition of Executive and Non-executive Directors. Currently, the Board comprises four Executive Directors, being Mr. Or Wai Sheun (Chairman of the Board), Mr. Yeung Kwok Kwong (Managing Director), Ms. Wong Yuk Ching and Ms. Chio Koc Ieng, two Non-executive Directors, being Mr. Lai Ka Fai and Ms. Or Pui Ying, Peranza, and three Independent Non-executive Directors, being Mr. Liu Kwong Sang, Dr. Tsui Wai Ling, Carlye and Prof. Dr. Teo Geok Tien Maurice.

The Board recognises and embraces the benefits of having a diverse Board to enhance the quality of the Company’s performance as well as to achieve the business objectives and sustainable development. The Board has established a Board Diversity Policy setting out the approach to achieve diversity on the Board with aims of enhancing its capability of decision making and effectiveness in dealing with organisational changes.
AUDIT COMMITTEE
The members of the Audit Committee are two Independent Non-executive Directors, being Mr. Liu Kwong Sang and Dr. Tsui Wai Ling, Carlye and one Non-executive Director, being Mr. Lai Ka Fai. The Chairman of the Audit Committee is Mr. Liu Kwong Sang who possesses the appropriate accounting and financial management expertise as required under Rule 3.10(2) of the Listing Rules.

The Audit Committee is responsible for assisting the Board in fulfilling its audit duties through the review and supervision of the Company’s financial reporting, risk management and internal control systems. The roles of the Audit Committee include maintaining a close relationship with the external auditor, reviewing financial information of the Company and overseeing the Company’s financial reporting, risk management and internal control systems.
REMUNERATION COMMITTEE
The members of the Remuneration Committee are two Independent Non-executive Directors, being Dr. Tsui Wai Ling, Carlye and Mr. Liu Kwong Sang and one Executive Director, being Mr. Yeung Kwok Kwong. A majority of the members are Independent Non-executive Directors.

The Remuneration Committee is responsible for formulating remuneration policy for approval by the Board, which shall take into consideration of factors such as salaries paid by comparable companies, employment conditions, time commitment and responsibilities, desirability of performance based remuneration, and individual performance of the Directors and implement the remuneration policy laid down by the Board. The Company has adopted the model for remuneration committee as described in the Code Provision B.1.2(c)(ii) to make recommendations to the Board on the remuneration packages of individual Executive Directors, including salaries, bonuses and benefits in kind.
NOMINATION COMMITTEE
The members of the Nomination Committee are one Executive Director, being Mr. Or Wai Sheun, and two Independent Non-executive Directors, being Mr. Liu Kwong Sang and Dr. Tsui Wai Ling, Carlye. A majority of the members are Independent Non-executive Directors.

The Nomination Committee is responsible for reviewing the structure, size and composition of the Board, identifying qualified individuals to become members of the Board, assessing the independence of the Independent Non-executive Directors and making recommendations to the Board on the appointment or re-appointment of Directors and succession planning for Directors.

The Board Diversity Policy sets out the approach to achieve diversity of the Board. Board diversity has been considered from a number of aspects, including but not limited to gender, age, cultural and educational background, ethnicity, professional experience, skills, knowledge and length of service, with reference to the business models and special needs of the Company in determining the optimum composition of the Board. Appointments to the Board will be made based on merit and contribution that the individual is expected to bring to the Board. The Nomination Committee monitors the implementation of the Board Diversity Policy on an ongoing basis.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The members of the Executive Committee are two Executive Directors, being Mr. Yeung Kwok Kwong and Ms. Wong Yuk Ching and one Non-Executive Director, Mr. Lai Ka Fai.

The Board has established the Executive Committee to delegate its daily management and administration functions and has formalised the functions reserved by the Board and those delegated to the management. Clear direction has also been given as to the power of the management.
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE FUNCTIONS
The Board is responsible for performing the duties relating to corporate governance functions as set out below:
(a) developing and reviewing the Company’s policies and practices on corporate governance;
(b) reviewing and monitoring the training and continuous professional development of Directors and senior management;
(c) reviewing and monitoring the Company’s policies and practices on compliance with legal and regulatory requirements;
(d) developing, reviewing and monitoring the code of conduct and compliance manual (if any) applicable to employees and directors; and
(e) reviewing the Company’s compliance with the CG Code and disclosure in the Corporate Governance Report.
RISK MANAGEMENT AND INTERNAL CONTROL
The Board acknowledges its responsibility to maintain the Group’s risk management and internal control systems and review their effectiveness on an ongoing basis. The Board has delegated part of this responsibility to the Audit Committee.

The Group’s risk management structure meets with the best practice model known as the “Three Lines of Defense Model” with the first line of defense being operational management and internal control measures, the second line of defense being finance, company secretarial, legal and human resources functions, and the third line of defense being internal audit.

The Group’s risk management and internal control systems are designed to provide reasonable, but not absolute, assurance against material misstatement or loss; to manage rather than completely eliminate the risks of failure in operational systems. The systems play a key role in the management of risks that are significant to the achievement of corporate objectives, ensuring good corporate practice and safeguarding the shareholders’ investments and the Group’s assets. The systems comprise the Group’s policies and procedures, and standards to ensure effective management, including a well-defined organisational structure with specified authority limits and areas of responsibility, basis for review of financial performance, application of financial reporting standards, maintenance of proper accounting records, assurance of reliable financial information, and compliance with relevant laws and regulations.

The Board and management each has a responsibility to identify and analyse the risks underlying the achievement of business objectives, and to determine how such risks should be managed and mitigated. Supported by the Audit Committee, review of the effectiveness of the risk management and internal control systems is conducted at least annually. The review assesses all material controls, including financial, operational and compliance controls. The assessment considers the changes in nature and extent of significant risks since the previous review and the Group’s ability to respond to changes in its business and the external environment. It covers the regular reports provided by management on significant issues identified during their daily operation, together with the action plans to resolve material internal control defects, if any. Internal and external auditors also report directly to the Audit Committee regularly on any risks and control issues identified in the course of their audits.

The Board believes that the quality of corporate governance is influenced by the corporate culture. Therefore, the Group is determined to foster and maintain high standards of professional conduct and business ethics. A code of conduct has been provided to all our employees to inform them of the Group’s expectations and put them under special obligations in maintaining the highest standard of honesty and trustworthiness in their jobs. The whistleblowing policy, which is posted on the Company’s website and the Group’s intranet, has established an effective channel allowing employees to communicate their concerns and findings upwards to the management. The Group aims to build risk awareness and control responsibility into the corporate culture and regards them as part of the risk management and internal control systems. In addition, the Group has applied relevant controls on the handling of inside information by relevant employees, including controls over the dissemination of such information and their dealings in the Group’s shares.

SHAREHOLDERS’ RIGHTS
Procedures for shareholders to convene an extraordinary general meeting and putting forward proposals at shareholders’ meetings

Pursuant to the articles of association of the Company, extraordinary general meetings shall be convened on the requisition of one or more shareholders holding, at the date of deposit of the requisition, not less than one-tenth of the paid up capital of the Company having the right of voting at general meetings. Such requisition shall be made in writing to the Directors or the Secretary for the purpose of requiring an extraordinary general meeting to be called by the Directors for the transaction of any business specified in such requisition. Such meeting shall be held within two months after the deposit of such requisition. If within 21 days of such deposit the Directors fail to proceed to convene such meeting, the requisitionist(s) himself (themselves) may do so in the same manner, and all reasonable expenses incurred by the requisitionist(s) as a result of the failure of the Directors shall be reimbursed to the requisitionist(s) by the Company.


Procedures for shareholders to send enquiries to the Board

Shareholders may at any time send their enquiries and concerns to the Board in writing through the Company Secretary whose contact details are as follows:

The Company Secretary
Polytec Asset Holdings Limited
23rd Floor, Pioneer Centre, 750 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Telephone Number: +852 2380 9682
Fax Number: +852 2380 6310
TERMS OF REFERENCE OF AUDIT COMMITTEE
TERMS OF REFERENCE OF REMUNERATION COMMITTEE
TERMS OF REFERENCE OF NOMINATION COMMITTEE
TERMS OF REFERENCE OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
LIST OF DIRECTORS AND THEIR ROLE AND FUNCTION
MEMORANDUM AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
PROCEDURES FOR SHAREHOLDER TO PROPOSE A PERSON FOR ELECTION AS A DIRECTOR
WHISTLEBLOWING POLICY
SHAREHOLDERS COMMUNICATION POLICY
2016 ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND GOVERNANCE REPORT