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Top level Canadian International School Chapter 2 - The Governing Structure of CDNIS
( 02.10.2003 15:34 )
The Foundation was incorporated on March 14, 1991 in Hong Kong as a company limited by guarantee. It is a non-profit-making organization enjoying tax-exemption status under the Inland Revenue Ordinance of Hong Kong.
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( 02.10.2003 15:35 )
Under the constitution of CDNIS, Members of the Foundation have the power to amend the Memorandum and Articles of Association of CDNIS (¡§the M/A¡¨) and the appointment and removal of members of the Board of Governors.
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( 02.10.2003 15:36 )
The Board of Governors and the school administrators are responsible for the daily operations of CDNIS. It has a Chairman and can elect up to 3 Deputy Chairmen. The Board can consist of no more than twenty Elected Governors.
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( 02.10.2003 15:37 )
(1) Under the leadership of Chisholm Lyons, there was one major amendment to the M/A. The concept of ex-officio membership to the Foundation and the Board was introduced. CCA, the Chamber and the Canadian Club have since become Ex-Officio Members and Governors of the Foundation.
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( 02.10.2003 15:38 )
Each year, the Nomination Committee will prepare a list of candidates for appointment to the Board and/or admission as new Members by the Members at the AGM of the Foundation.
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( 02.10.2003 15:38 )
Each committee has its own spheres of interest and undertakes the ground works for the Board to make the final decision. These are important cradles for preparing suitable candidates for later appointment to the Board. They are:
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( 02.10.2003 15:39 )
In 1991, Ian Robertson was recruited as the first Principal. In 1993, there was the need to replace Ian and Chisholm and Kwan Li were actively involved in the committee to search for Ian¡¦s replacement. A headhunter in Toronto was retained and communications in the selection process were made by conference calls several times a week for many weeks to finalize the salary, benefits qualifications, the wording and nature of the advertisements with respect to the recruitment.
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