Rules are changing: Will Hong Kong stay competitive?

September 2020 Issue
Experts discuss tax strategies at the Institute’s virtual Annual Taxation Conference

A balancing act

September 2020 Issue
Phyllis McKenna, Official Receiver, on her foray into insolvency, and what a new rescue regime means for companies and restructuring and insolvency practitioners in the city

Rethinking the restart process

September 2020 Issue
With the draft of the Companies (Corporate Rescue) Bill out for consultation, experts discuss the city's insolvency regime and how the new bill might change the work for insolvency practitioners going forward
Driving Business Success
September 2020 Issue

Institute updates



Business news

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US$3 billion
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is in talks to invest US$3 billion in Grab Holdings Inc, Southeast Asia’s biggest ride-hailing company.
HK$3 billion
Hong Kong’s Customs and Excise Department (arrested a family of five this month accused of laundering more than HK$3 billion through more than 100 personal bank accounts, in the biggest case of its kind.
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs in the United Kingdom received 73,000 tax evasion whistleblowing reports in 2019-20, 10 percent more than the numbers for 2018-19.


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September 2020 Issue
A look at the justification of the Reflective Loss Principle
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September 2020 Issue
A summary of the Institute's submission in response to the FSTB consultation
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September 2020 Issue
Examining the Court of First Instance judgment
Technical news
The latest standards and technical developments

Work-life balance

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