The HKICPA has resisted implementing one person, one vote despite 5,000 members backing the move in a vote last March. Photo: Shutterstock The HKICPA has resisted implementing one person, one vote despite 5,000 members backing the move in a vote last March. Photo: Shutterstock
The HKICPA has resisted implementing one person, one vote despite 5,000 members backing the move in a vote last March. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong accountancy guild drags its heels on implementing one person, one vote, causing rankles among members

  • HKICPA still has not implemented the measure, despite over 3,600 members voting for it in March
  • Advocates say a directly elected leadership would be more responsive to the concerns of younger members

Topic |   Accounting and Auditing
The HKICPA has resisted implementing one person, one vote despite 5,000 members backing the move in a vote last March. Photo: Shutterstock The HKICPA has resisted implementing one person, one vote despite 5,000 members backing the move in a vote last March. Photo: Shutterstock
The HKICPA has resisted implementing one person, one vote despite 5,000 members backing the move in a vote last March. Photo: Shutterstock
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