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14:15 - 15:45 (14:00 Registration)
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Increased regulation and a greater focus on compliance are the key factors behind a rise in investigations into areas such as fraud and other financial crime. Investigations and disputes require discretion and expertise as Listed Companies seek to limit financial and reputational damage. The key is the ability to undertake in-depth investigations, remaining sensitive to businesses' concerns around confidentiality and reputation.
Forensic research report on listed companies
Investigation methodologies and challenges
Regulatory enforcement actions against directors
Allegations from hostile stakeholders
Case studies of listed companies subject to forensic investigation
Lecture Theatre WK-N203
PolyU West Kowloon Campus
9 Hoi Ting Road
Yau Ma Tei
(MTR Yau Ma Tei Station Exit B or MTR Olympic Station, Olympian City Phase 2 Exit)
Language: Cantonese (Supplemented with English PowerPoint)
Remarks: Attendance certificate will be issued
Fee: HK$200 Members HK$250 Non-Members CPD Units: 1.5 Units
Attend both seminars (Part 1 and Part 2) for a reduced fee and extra 0.5 unit of CPD.
Fee: HK$250 Members HK$350 Non Members CPD Units: 3 Units
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Deadline for registration is Wednesday 31 May 2023.
Barry Tong is a partner of advisory services at Grant Thornton Hong Kong Limited. He is also the National Leader of Forensic and Investigation Services at Grant Thornton China.
Barry has over 20 years of experience in financial due diligence, transaction supports, recovery and reorganisation, forensic investigation and other advisory services. He has served as an expert witness in Hong Kong Courts and Arbitration Tribunal, and has participated in dispute resolution, restructuring and insolvency and forensic investigations since 1998.
Barry holds an MBA degree and is a Certified Public Accountant in Hong Kong for over 20 years. He is also enthusiastic in public services and takes up important roles in different organisations.
Kenneth has over 15 years of experience in forensic accounting investigation, digital forensic, financial due diligence, litigation support and other advisory services. He worked on numerous forensic investigations in companies listed in Hong Kong, involving asset misappropriation and financial statement fraud, and reporting findings to stakeholders and regulators/law enforcement.
Kenneth is a Certified Public Accountant in Hong Kong.