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ISACA-HK-CPD-Seminar-20180724

ISACA China Hong Kong Chapter

Tuesday, July 24, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (HKT)

ISACA-HK-CPD-Seminar-20180724

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This session will be conducted in Cantonese and there is no real time translation

Topic: Insights Drawn from Recently Suspended Hong Kong Listed (Conducted in Cantonese)

Presenter: Mr. Barry Tong, Partner, Advisory, Grant Thornton Hong Kong Limited

Date: Tuesday, 24 July 2018

Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Registration: Registration start at 6:30pm and will be closed at 7:15pm. Registrants arrive after 7:15pm will not be able to get stamp on the Confirmation Ticket.

Venue: UT, Admiralty Learning Centre, SCOPE, City University of Hong Kong, 8/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway Admiralty, Hong Kong (MTR Admiralty Station Exit D)

Language: Conducted in Cantonese (No Real Time Translation) 

CPE Hour: 1.75


Abstract

Hong Kong listed companies may be required to suspend trading for various reasons. While there are legitimate reasons such as dealing with sensitive information, there are also cases of involuntary suspension triggered by potentially non-compliance with listing rules or even signs of fraud and might sometimes result in prolonged suspension.

At the seminar, the speaker will highlight some key findings and conclusions drawn from Grant Thornton’s latest fraud survey on Hong Kong listed companies, which summarizes the alleged fraudulent cases over the past 3 years. He will also evaluate various cases and offer some insights on how to bring suspended companies back on track.

Summary of the seminar:

  • Summary of Grant Thornton’s fourth fraud survey
  • Case studies and analysis of suspended listed companies
  • Q & A

Biography                                                                                  

Barry is the partner in charge of both Transaction and Forensic Practices at Grant Thornton Hong Kong. He is also the National Head of M&A Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) and a member of Global TAS Steering Committee and APAC Forensic Steering Committee.

As a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) for two decades and the Training Director of the Hong Kong Chapter of the Association of the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), the world’s largest anti-fraud organisation, Barry has testified as an expert witness in Hong Kong Court and has been involved in Dispute Resolution, Restructuring and Forensic Investigation since 1998.

Barry helps his clients at all stages of the deal cycle, from pre-deal due diligence and SPA support, to purchase price negotiations and post-deal dispute resolution.


Admission Fee:
  ISACA China HK Chapter Members: $0

* Other ISACA Chapters Member HK $120
* HKCS/ HKICPA/CPA Canada/ IIA HK Member HK $150
* Non Member HK $200

 * For the registration of other ISACA Chapters/ HKCS/ HKICPA/CPA Canada/ IIA HK Members and Non members, please email the below reservation reply to events@isaca.org.hk on or before 5pm on Monday, 23 July 2018*

Reservation Reply for Other ISACA Chapters/ HKCS/ HKICPA/ CPA Canada/ IIA HK Members and Non members

Surname: ___________________________

Email: ___________________________

Firstname: ___________________________

Phone: ___________________________

Other ISACA Chapters/ HKCS/ HKICPA/ CPA Canada/ IIA HK Member no. : ____________

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 Payment Method (Cash or Cheque):

  1. 1.           Payment can be made at the door when attending seminar. 
  1. 2.           Cheques should be made payable to “ISACA China HK Chapter”.

Postal Address: 
ISACA China Hong Kong Chapter, 15B Yam Tze Commercial Building, 23 Thomson Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

For enquiry, please contact our Administration Team at (+852) 8101 2801

 


Notes to registrants:

1.            Please note that all personal data collected will only be used for this enrollment and administration purposes. They will not be disclosed by the ISACA China Hong Kong Chapter (“the Chapter) to any party outside the Chapter except as notified to you at the time of collection, or with your prior consent. For details of Chapter Privacy Policy, please visit http://www.isaca.org.hk/web/about-us/external-privacy-policy/.

2.            The Chapter reserves the right to change the event details at any time in circumstances beyond our control. In case of such changes, the details will be announced at the chapter website (www.isaca.org.hk). 

3.            In addition to any specific purpose, where personal data is provided by you, the Chapter may occasionally use such data to send you materials regarding our services. If you opt not to receiving these materials, please at any time let us know by sending e-mail to privacy@isaca.org.hk.

Have questions about ISACA-HK-CPD-Seminar-20180724? Contact ISACA China Hong Kong Chapter

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Room UT, Admiralty Learning Center, SCOPE,
City University of Hong Kong
8/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway Admiralty, Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR China

Tuesday, July 24, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (HKT)


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ISACA China Hong Kong Chapter

About  ISACA ® China HK Chapter:

  • ISACA Hong Kong Chapter established in 1982;
  • Expanded the service scope to cover Mainland China in 2009 and changed the name of chapter to ISACA China Hong Kong Chapter;
  • Over 3,000 members;
  • One of the largest chapters in the world
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