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New auditor report

24 January 2017
In January, A Plus looks at the new standards on key audit matters, views from Hospital Authority chairman, Link Asset Management chairman, and CFOs who are making more IT decisions

(HONG KONG, 24 January 2017) Since last month, auditor reports on listed companies' financial statements have become dramatically different from those that have been issued for many years. The new standards on key audit matters will mean more informative auditor reports tailored to companies. What does this mean for auditors and other stakeholders in terms of challenges and benefits?

Hong Kong's Hospital Authority recently picked up one of the Institute's Best Corporate Governance Awards. Its Chairman John Leong explains how the authority values transparency and accountability, and what can be done about the crowded accident and emergency centres.

Link Asset Management's Non-Executive Chairman Nicholas Charles Allen has spent half of his life in Hong Kong. The Institute member discusses his keen interest for challenges, and in being a champion for the city.

Information technology investments are now falling under the remit of chief financial officers. We look at their essential considerations in plotting an IT strategy for companies.

Photography is a hobby celebrated by novices and veterans alike. Several talented CPAs share how the art of camera has become their preferred creative outlet.

Check out the latest A Plus for the above stories.

 

 

新核數師報告

A Plus 一月號剖析與關鍵審計事項相關的新準則、訪問醫管局主席、領展資產管理主席,並探討財務總監作出越來越多的資訊科技決策

(香港,二零一七年一月二十四日)自上月開始,上市公司財務報表的核數師報告與以往多年所發布的已有顯著不同。關鍵審計事項的新準則令核數師報告能提供更多與公司相關的資料。這對核數師及相關人士會帶來甚麼挑戰和好處?

香港醫院管理局最近獲得公會最佳企業管治大獎的其中一個獎項,其主席梁智仁講述醫管局對透明度和問責性的重視,以及對日益擠迫的急症室有何應對方法。

領展資產管理的非執行主席聶雅倫大半生在香港度過。這位公會會員分享他如何熱衷迎接新挑戰,為香港取得成功。

資訊科技投資現已成為財務總監的工作之一,今期雜誌探討他們在為公司計劃資訊科技策略時必須考慮的因素。

不論是資深攝影師或初學者,他們往往擁有一股熱誠。多位具天份的會計師分享如何透過相機將他們的創意發揮出來。

詳細內容請參閱最新一期 A Plus 專頁。
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