t a press briefing today, the Institute called for entries for its Best Corporate Governance
Disclosure Awards 2005. The competition will show whether íV and how íV companies have geared up for the new corporate governance regime under the new Listing Rules and revised Code on Corporate Governance Practices. Click here to see the release.
Pictured here are spokespersons Chew Fook Aun (CGC Chairman), Jim Wardell (the Awards' Organising Committee Chairman), Peter Tisman (Director, Specialist Practices) and Mary Lam (Assistant Director, Specialist Practices).
"Rich Kid, Poor Kid" Leads Discussion
he Institute's survey on teens' attitudes toward money has spurred wide debate in the news media and has kept President Edward Chow and Community Services
Committee Chairperson Susanna Chiu busy giving interviews. The survey is the first project of the Rich Kid, Poor Kid campaign by CSC to help young people better manage their money. Click here for the full survey results.
Limited Seats at HKFRS/IFRS Programmes
ost of the HKFRS/IFRS training workshops and seminars scheduled for July to December are already full. While
the Institute is working to arrange repeat sessions for the more popular seminars and workshops, we urge you to act fast to purchase the self-learning kit and secure a seat in those HKFRS events that are still open for enrolment. Check the enrolment status of the programmes here. You may also wish to enrol in the HKICPA/FTC joint accountancy programmes scheduled for Aug to Dec 2005.
Pass It On!
ow would you like to pass on your learning and experience to our prospective members who want to become professional accountants? Sign up as a
This email together with the file(s) transmitted is intended solely for addressee(s) only and may contain confidential and/or privileged information. If you received this email in error, please contact the sender and delete it together with its attachment(s) from your computer(s). You should note that the views and opinions expressed in this email are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants. The recipient should check this email and all attachments for the presence of virus. The Institute will not accept liability for any damage caused by any virus transmitted with this email.