Signs of a Shifting Whistleblowing Landscape in the Workplace (Hybrid-Physical Attendance)

  • Thursday 07 Mar 2024

  • 3.30 pm – 5.30 pm

  • Cantonese

  • Deloitte Digital Studio, 5/F, 12 Taikoo Wan Road, Hong Kong (This page is made for physical session. If you wish to join online, please scroll down for the registration link of online session.)

  • HKCGI Member, Graduate, Student, Affiliated Person & Non-Member


  • Mr William Tam ACG HKACG, Forensic Partner, Deloitte China
  • Ms Yvonne Chan, Deputy Executive Director, Hong Kong Business Ethics Development Centre, ICAC
  • Mr Jun Kwong, Partner, MinterEllison LLP
  • Mr Mohan Datwani FCG HKFCG(PE), Deputy Chief Executive, The Hong Kong Chartered Governance Institute (Chair)


In today’s rapidly changing workplace environment, with increasing financial pressures, societal expectations, and media attention, there is a heightened focus on how whistleblowing programs can improve corporate governance, provide a safe space for employees, and yield better insights through timely detection.

Starting from 1 January 2022, listed companies in Hong Kong are required, subject to compliance or explanation, to establish an anti-corruption and whistleblowing policy, as well as a system for employees and those dealing with the company to raise concerns about possible improprieties.

The Asia Pacific region has seen several high-profile cases of corporate scandals and corruption, underscoring the need for effective mechanisms to uncover and address misconduct. Consequently, governments across the region are enacting or revising legislation to protect whistleblowers and promote reporting. Deloitte sought to enhance the effectiveness of whistleblowing by launching the inaugural Asia Pacific Conduct Watch survey in 2023.

In this seminar, seasoned speakers from Deloitte, Hong Kong Business Ethics Development Centre, ICAC, and MinterEllison LLP will cover the key findings of Deloitte’s 2023 Asia Pacific Conduct Watch Survey Report in the following areas, explore the whistleblowing landscape in the workplace, and share their experiences of recent cases and insights relating to whistleblowing:

  • Strategy and culture
  • Policies and procedures
  • Implementation and execution
  • Reporting and monitoring

This is the physical session and physical attendance is required for CPD counting purpose. If you wish to join online, please click HERE for the online session.

Remarks on this Physical Session:

  • Physical seats are limited and shall be taken on first-come first served basis. Registration will be closed on 5 March 2024 at 5.00pm.
  • Once enrolment in the physical session is confirmed by the Institute, requests to change to online session will not be entertained.
  • Physical attendance is subject to the weather condition at the time of the seminar. The Institute reserves the right to convert enrolment in the physical session into online session.

Level: Intermediate

Bios of Speakers and Chair:
Mr William Tam
Ms Yvonne Chan
Mr Jun Kwong
Mr Mohan Datwani

Seat guarantee will only be given to HKCGI Fellows and/or Practitioner’s Endorsement (PE) holders if registered 10 clear working days with payment prior to the date of the seminar.

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