|(課程編號 2817) How will HKFRS 9 Financial instruments impact Corporates?|
||Code 2817 (4 Dec 2017)|
HKFRS 9 requires Corporates to reassess the classification of financial instruments which affects their subsequent measurement. It also introduces a new model for assessing the impairment of receivables and this could make substantial changes to the current assessment process.
Ms Dilys Cheng Partner, PwC Hong Kong
Dilys has over 25 years of experience with a 2-year secondment to PwC in the United Kingdom. She has been involved in a number of special transactions in both the United Kingdom and Hong Kong, including privatisation, acquisitions and disposals, bond issues, working capital reviews, and sale and lease back transactions. She has been involved in IFRS since 1995 and involved in US GAAP and US GAS reporting over the last 5 years. She is also a member of PwC Accounting Consulting Services with the first hand information in the latest accounting standard development.
Mr Alec Tong Partner, Jupiter Capital Ltd
Alec is currently a partner at an investment firm. He had previously held various senior finance roles within the Jardine Matheson Group including some ten years in total as the Group Finance Director of Dairy Farm, Jardine Pacific and Zung Fu covering business operations primarily in Asia. His main business experience include retailing, motor dealerships, restaurants, engineering and construction, logistics and transportation, IT distribution and solutions.
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