Jan 15, 2018
AWAHK Association of Women Accountants (Hong Kong) Limited
Supporting Organizations :
- CPA Canada (Chartered Professional Accountants Canada, Hong Kong Chapter)
- CIMA (The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants)
Putting in place proper books and records is no doubt one of the most common challenges faced by companies. It is vital for corporations to understand appropriate ways to keep proper books and records which best suit their businesses, in order to avoid any disputes with or penalty imposed by the Inland Revenue Department. In addition, proper books and records provide a solid foundation for evaluation of up-to-date performance and formulation of future strategies. Further, to comply with the statutory requirements under the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance, accounting records maintained by a company must be sufficient to show and explain the transactions incurred by the company.
In this webinar, our speakers will cover the types of accounting records usually requested by the IRD, typical problems encountered in the IRD enquiry process and good practices as well as benefits from management perspective on bookkeeping with real-life case sharing. They will also share the relevant statutory requirements in relation to accounting record-keeping under the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance.
Speakers : Karen Au, Tax Partner, PwC Hong Kong
Ben Chan, Assurance Senior Manager, PwC Hong Kong
Joyce Chak, Tax Manager, PwC Hong Kong
Claire Tsui, Manager - Corporate Services, PwC Hong Kong
Date : 6 July 2020 (Monday)
Time : 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Venue : Zoom webinar
(Please sign up for a free Zoom account at https://zoom.us/signup)
Fee : $100 for AWAHK/滬港專業人士聯會/CPA Canada/CIMA members;
$150 for non-members
CPD : 1.5 hours
Language : Cantonese
Karen has over 15 years of experience in assisting clients in resolving Tax Controversy cases with the IRD and focusing on tax audit and investigation. Karen has been providing HK tax controversy and business advisory to local, regional and multinational clients, particularly those in the industries of apparel and electronic manufacturing, pharmaceutical, general trading, sourcing, financial services and asset management. Karen is a regular speaker in various tax events organized by accounting associations and chambers in Hong Kong. She is a Council Member as well as the Chairman of the Taxation Committee of AWAHK.
Ben has over 13 years of auditing experience in a wide range of multi-national, private business, Hong Kong listed and IPO clients. His client base covers retail and trading, manufacturing, food and beverages, construction, provision of integrated services and private equity investments. Ben has also worked in Advisory – Transaction Services department. He has extensive experience in advising clients on financial due diligence in M&A deals.
Joyce has been providing tax and business consulting services, including tax compliance and advisory projects for multinational enterprises, tax planning for cross-border businesses, group and business restructuring for various listed companies, multi-national groups and local clients and settling tax disputes with the tax authority. Prior to joining PwC Hong Kong, Joyce had been working in the IRD for more than 6 years under the Profits Tax Unit and the Field Audit and Investigation Unit.
Claire joined PwC in 2014 and has over 7 years of company secretarial experience. Claire's client portfolio includes local and multinational clients (private and public companies) which are engaged in the industries of retail, manufacturing, trading and financial institutions. She has extensive experience in handling corporate compliance matters for both onshore and offshore companies, listed companies as well as global corporate restructuring projects.
Please e-register immediately if you are interested in. Enrolment is made on a first come first served basis with priority given to AWAHK/滬港專業人士聯會/CPA Canada/CIMA members. Upon successful enrolment, the details of the webinar will be provided through email.
Please send in your cheque(s) payable to “AWAHK” (with the names of participant marked at the back of the cheque) to our office at 8/F, Chinachem Tower, 34-37 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong.