AIQ’s Board is committed to applying the appropriate high standards of corporate governance commensurate with its size and maturity, and recognises its responsibility to serve the interests of its stakeholders in managing the company and delivering a sustainable business model.
Board of Directors
Mr Li has over 20 years’ experience in assisting companies with their strategic growth. As an experienced investment consultant and Certified Financial Planner, he began his career working for several financial planning and wealth management consultancies based in Hong Kong. Since 2016, Mr Li has provided business advisory and mentorship services to companies across a range of industries related to e-commerce and digital business primarily in Australia and China. This includes helping companies prepare for the public market; overseeing development such as through business model constructing and optimisation, company reorganisation and recruitment; fundraising; and assisting with establishing a digital business presence. Prior to joining the Board of AIQ, Mr Li worked with Charles Yong Kai Yee, Executive Director, to develop the strategy for Alchemist Codes.
Role of the Board
The Audit Committee is responsible, amongst other things, for making recommendations to the Board on the appointment of auditors (and the audit fee) and monitoring and reviewing the integrity of the company’s financial statements as well as reports from the company’s auditors on those financial statements. The Audit Committee members are Dwight Mighty (chair) and Aditya Chathli.
The Remuneration Committee is responsible, amongst other things, for reviewing and approving the remuneration policy and total individual packages for the executive directors, approving the rules and basis for participations in any performance related pay-schemes, share incentive schemes and pension arrangements and obtaining reliable and up-to-date information about remuneration in other companies. The Remuneration Committee members are Aditya Chathli (chair) and Dwight Mighty.
The Nomination Committee is responsible, amongst other things, for reviewing the structure, size and composition of the Board and ensuring that it is comprised of the right balance of skills, knowledge and experience, identifying and nominating for approval candidates to fill any vacancies on the Board as and when they arise, giving full consideration to succession planning for the Group and making recommendations as to the composition of the other committees of the Board. The Nomination Committee members are Aditya Chathli (chair) and Dwight Mighty.