Keeping Hong Kong on top

June 2019 issue
James Lau, Hong Kong’s Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, on why sustainability and technology are crucial factors in positioning Hong Kong as a leading finance hub

China tax, changing ways

June 2019 issue
China Tax Conference 2019 – How new tax policies and technologies are set to affect Hong Kong businesses and abroad

All sizzle, no steak

June 2019 issue
A look at changing attitudes towards meat-based diets and how plant-based food manufacturers are catering to today’s increasingly conscious consumers
Driving Business Success
June 2019 issue

Institute updates



Business news

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The oldest known book on accounting, Somma di arithmetica, geometria, proporzioni e proporzionalità, by Italian mathematician Luca Pacioli, was sold for US$1,215,000 at an auction on 12 June at Christie’s in New York.
The IPO ranking of Hong Kong’s stock market for the first half of this year, according to Deloitte China’s National Public Offering Group.
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The individuals working in finance or insurance who cite gender pay gap as the biggest issue at their workplace, according to a survey of 1,600 people across the United Kingdom and the United States, by compensation management provider Beqom.


Technical articles
June 2019 issue
A look at how HKFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers will affect insurance agency agreements
Source article
June 2019 issue
An overview of how companies can prepare and avoid various tax disputes in the city
Technical news
The latest standards and technical developments

Work-life balance

June 2019 issue
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