Communication with Shareholders and Investors


The board of directors (the “Board”) recognises the importance of maintaining effective communication, ensuring timely and accurate disclosure of information to the shareholders and investors of the Group.

The principal methods used to communicate with shareholders and investors include the following:

  • The Board member or designated senior executives maintain regular meetings with potential investors and analysts to keep them abreast of the Company’s development, subject to compliance with the applicable laws and regulations.

  • The Company’s website ( offers timely access to the Company’s latest news, press release, presentations and general information about the Group’s businesses and also all the announcement released by the Company to The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the “SEHK”) including financial statements, results announcements, circulars and notices of general meetings and associated explanatory documents etc.

  • The Company’s annual general meeting (the “AGM”) allows the directors to meet and communicate with shareholders. Shareholders are encouraged to attend the AGM and the Company ensures that their views are communicated to the Board. The chairman of the AGM proposes separate resolutions for each issue to be considered. Members of the audit, remuneration and nomination committees also attend the AGM to answer questions from shareholders.

    The AGM proceedings are reviewed from time to time to ensure that the Company follows the best corporate governance practices. The notice of AGM is distributed to all shareholders at least 20 clear business days prior to the AGM and the accompanying circular also sets out details of each proposed resolution and other relevant information as required under the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on the SEHK. The chairman of the AGM exercises his power under Bye-Laws of the Company (the “Bye-laws”) to put each proposed resolution to the vote by way of poll. The procedures for demanding and conducting a poll will be explained to the shareholders at the commencement of the AGM, to ensure that shareholders are familiar with such procedures.


Procedure for shareholders to propose a person for election as director


Pursuant to Bye-laws 115, if a shareholder wishes to propose a person, other than a retiring director of the Company or a person recommended by the Board, for election as a director of the Company at a general meeting, such shareholder, who is duly qualified to attend and vote at such general meeting, should lodge a written and signed notice of nomination and a notice signed by the person to be proposed of his willingness to be elected at the Company’s share registration office in Hong Kong. These notices should be given within the period commencing on the day after despatch of the notice of the general meeting appointed for such election and ending no later than seven (7) days prior to the date of such general meeting and such period shall be at least seven (7) days.

Share Registration Office in Hong Kong


Tricor Secretaries Limited
26/F., Tesbury Centre
28 Queen’s Road East
Hong Kong
Tel:      (852) 2980 1333
Fax:     (852) 2810 8185