- Key amendments overview of the HKEX ESG Guide and CG Code Consultation Conclusion
- Optimizing the ESG reporting process
- Preparing for the forthcoming requirements (e.g., verification and data quality)
- Demystifying hot ESG expectations (e.g., Net Zero, SASB)
by Mr. Angus Chan
- Explanation on the basic principle of Transfer Pricing
- Explanation on the application of TP methodologies
- Updates on Transfer Pricing requirement in Hong Kong
by Mr. Henry Kwong
Mr. Angus Chan
VICE PRESIDENT, HEAD OF ESG SOLUTIONS FOR GREATER CHINA
Angus is the Head of ESG Solutions for Greater China at Alliance Advisors where he is responsible for constructing and providing ESG Solutions in Greater China.
Angus is an experienced ESG specialist, with over 8 years of experience in ESG advisory and reporting, target setting and environmental projects. Prior to joining Alliance, Angus has worked in various ESG roles in a corporate and consultants. He led a number of ESG projects covering ESG reporting, third-party ESG ratings, stakeholder engagement, and advisory on climate change and supply chain. He is conversant with a swathe of ESG topics. Additionally, he managed environmental projects associated with greenhouse gases emissions, carbon footprint life cycle assessment, green building, air quality measurement and so on.
Angus holds a Master Degree of Environmental Science and Management from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Bachelor Degree of Business Administration from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Cheng & Cheng Taxation Services Limited
Henry started his career in Big 4 Corporate Tax Department for a number of years and later joined Cheng & Cheng Taxation Services Limited. Henry and his 20 tax team members are equipped with knowledge in Hong Kong, PRC and international Taxation, transfer pricing in providing comprehensive tax planning solutions to clients.
Henry is regular speaker at various professional associations including Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Taxation Institute of Hong Kong, The Hong Kong Chartered Governance Institute, Society of Chinese Accountants and Auditors and frequent contributor of tax articles on various media and magazines, including Capital magazine, A Plus magazine (the journal of HKICPA), CGj magazine (the journal of HKCGI), Yahoo Finance.
*Each participants with full attendance is entitled to 2 CPD hours.
Date & Time
3 March 2022 (Thursday) 4:00 – 6:00pm
(Registration starts at 3:45pm)
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