The deputy president of the Polytechnic University has agreed to address students over his alleged conflict-of-interest, according to the university's students' union. Union chairman Yeung Ka-kui said Alexander Tzang Hing-chung would 'speak about his views' in a forum, possibly next week. Mr Yeung said the exact time of the meeting would depend on Mr Tzang's availability. The deputy president was issued a letter of caution from the university council last month over his involvement in a company running a leadership programme for PolyU. Mr Tzang was later criticised by students and teachers at a forum where there were calls for his resignation, but neither he nor other university leaders attended. University council member Fernando Cheung Chiu-hung said he had filed a complaint with the Independent Commission Against Corruption. Mr Yeung said he hoped students could question Mr Tzang directly. 'Some points in the case are unclear and we want to seek an objective understanding of what has happened,' he said.