Hong Kong’s Central district. Firms in China and Hong Kong last year also received the highest number of complaints in Asia-Pacific about how whistle-blower reports were handled. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Hong Kong’s Central district. Firms in China and Hong Kong last year also received the highest number of complaints in Asia-Pacific about how whistle-blower reports were handled. Photo: Jonathan Wong

China and Hong Kong firms see greatest growth in whistle-blower reports in Asia-Pacific, but fail to act adequately, Baker McKenzie survey shows

  • Some 74 per cent of mainland firms and 61 per cent from Hong Kong saw an increase in whistle-blowing complaints over the past year, compared with an average of 41 per cent in Asia-Pacific
  • Leading Hong Kong firms should act as role models and demonstrate how whistle-blowing policies and disclosures should be handled, Baker McKenzie executive says

Hong Kong’s Central district. Firms in China and Hong Kong last year also received the highest number of complaints in Asia-Pacific about how whistle-blower reports were handled. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Hong Kong’s Central district. Firms in China and Hong Kong last year also received the highest number of complaints in Asia-Pacific about how whistle-blower reports were handled. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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