Run For A Cause This Christmas!

Run, Jog, or Walk! Jingle all the way 
from 1 – 31 December for RHT family and frie
nds.  

RHT Rajan Menon Foundation, together with RHTLaw Asia and the RHT Group of Companieswill drive this year-end 50km festive virtual run. 

When you register for this virtual run, the proceeds of your registration fees and donations will benefit the charity selected by you under RHT Rajan Menon Foundation’s  4 charitable endeavours (the disadvantaged groups, education, environment and arts & sports).

You can choose to run individually or with friends, in a park or on a treadmill. Just log in virtually and clock in the kilometres at your own pace.

What are you waiting for? Let’s jingle and run together for a good cause!

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Sponsor for finisher giveaways

Yang Eu Jin and Evelyn Chng appointed as new Board Directors of RHTRMF with effect 1 September 2020

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Yang Eu Jin and Ms Evelyn Chng as Board Directors with effect from 1 September 2020.

The Foundation enables RHTLaw Asia LLP (“Law Firm”) and the RHT Group of Companies to do RigHT and do good through various charitable endeavours. Eu Jin is Partner and Co-Head of RHTLaw Asia’s Corporate and Capital Markets Practice and Head of the Education Industry Group, while Evelyn is Senior Associate Director (Major Gifts) at the National University of Singapore.

RHT Rajan Menon Foundation’s RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute launched to encourage ethical leadership

RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute, a social enterprise under RHT Rajan Menon Foundation (“Foundation”), was officially launched at a virtual forum held yesterday. RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute aims to promote an organisational culture anchored on the five core principles of Governance, Risk Management, Anti-money laundering, Compliance and Ethics.

RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute has developed an app named “ethBe”, as in be ethical, to build an online ecosystem which will connect like-minded leaders and professionals.

The launch, the ethBe app and Guest of Honour Minister Edwin Tong SC’s remarks were featured in local media.

The Straits Times, 5 Nov [Online]: Promoting good governance and ethics in organisations key to growth: Edwin Tong

The Straits Times, 6 Nov [Print]: Governance, ethics and risk management key to healthy firms: Minister

Channel News Asia, 5 Nov – Singapore Tonight @ 10pm

Watch the report here: New app helps professionals, companies share best practices

The RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute will drive change through its digital platform – the “ethBe” app

RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute, a social enterprise under RHT Rajan Menon Foundation (“Foundation”), was officially launched at a virtual forum held today. The RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute aims to promote an organisational culture anchored on the five core principles of Governance, Risk Management, Anti-money laundering, Compliance and Ethics.

During his address, Guest-of-Honour Mr Edwin Tong SC, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth and Second Minister for Law, highlighted the importance of the five G.R.A.C.E. principles to enable growth, attract customers and investors, as well as protect jobs and lives of people.

He added that the Singapore government has put in place policies, rules and regulations to support the growth of business while protecting their stakeholders.

During his opening speech, Mr Chew Heng Ching, Chairman of RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute, said, “Today’s launch marks the beginning of a long journey to promote a culture built on the G.R.A.C.E. principles of Governance, Risk Management, Anti-money laundering, Compliance and Ethics. With your support, we are confident that the RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute will grow as a force in years to come.”

Ms Kaylee Kwok, Deputy Chairman of RHT Rajan Menon Foundation, said, “The Foundation has embarked on many charitable endeavours since it was established in 2015, supporting various beneficiaries involved in education, the environment, disadvantaged groups as well as the arts and sports. Given the Foundation’s aim to encourage the right philanthropic culture among the corporate and legal fraternity, it is only natural for the Foundation to advocate and promote the five G.R.A.C.E. principles amongst corporates, PMETs and other stakeholders.”

“Having identified the five G.R.A.C.E. principles as key enablers of sustainable growth, the Foundation set out to establish RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute to raise awareness on the importance of these principles,” she added.

Commenting on the ethBe app, Ms Kwok, who also serves as a Board Director of RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute, said, “With the increasing adoption of digital technology both in the workplace and at home, RHT G.R.A.C.E. Institute has developed an app named “ethBe”, as in be ethical, to build an online ecosystem which will connect like-minded leaders and professionals. It is envisioned that the app will offer memberships powered by blockchain technology to facilitate sharing and learning of best practices.”

“We would like to thank Minister Edwin Tong SC for sharing his insights with us at the forum today,” she added.

The ethBe app, available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, functions as a platform to offer certifications, networking, community advice, events and partnerships relating to trending business and corporate issues surrounding the G.R.A.C.E. principles.

Also present at the event was Mr Richard R. Magnus, Chairman of Temasek Foundation Cares, who presented the keynote address as well as a panel of experts who discussed ethics in the US Presidential Elections.