Nicholas Brooke, Chairman of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTPC), has been awarded the “Directors of the Year Awards 2012” by The Hong Kong Institute of Directors.
The annual award is highly regarded by the business community, and aims to publicise the significance of good corporate governance, and recognise boards and directors for their outstanding efforts in promoting and practising high standards of corporate governance.
Entering its 12th year, the Awards adopted the theme, “Enhancing Board Competence through Continuing Professional Development for Directors” for 2012, which focused on the importance of a proactive and ongoing approach to enhancing the effectiveness of the Board operations.
Brooke has served on the Board of HKSTPC for 11 years since the Corporation’s inception in 2001, and has been actively involved in its policy making, strategy formulation and business development. In the capacity of Chairman of HKSTPC since 2007, he has led the Corporation in enhancing its corporate governance and operational efficiency. He also plays a key role in strengthening the role of the Corporation in building a world-class technology hub for the region and advancing the development of innovation and technology in Hong Kong.