Home truths

How and why short selling has become more popular in Hong Kong

Making connections

Xero’s Asia Regional Director on why businesses and accounting firms should move to cloud-based technology, or risk losing out

Time for change

How the standard setting regime helps to maintain integrity within the audit profession

A greater role in the Greater Bay Area

The Institute's tax experts take part in a roundtable discussion exploring the potential impacts of the Greater Bay Area on Hong Kong's economy and tax policies

Trading options

Tara Joseph, President of the American Chamber of Commerce of how strong diplomatic relationships will bolster the city's influence in the United States and in the Mainland

AI on the rise

How artificial intelligence and robotics are changing the way companies do business, and changing the world

In NGOs we trust

With NGO governance being more important than ever, CPAs can help build public trust in social services organizations, and support good corporate governance in Hong Kong

A position of trust

Teresa Ko, IFRS Foundation Trustees and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer China Chairman and Partner, on how Hong Kong and China can contribute to enhancing global financial reporting standards

Made for China

How foreign companies can thrive in the Mainland’s fast-changing and complex business landscape

Changing the game

Shirley Xie, PwC’s first female Consulting Leader in Greater China, on important lessons from her audit experience

Always an auditor

BDO Hong Kong’s Clement Chan on how mid-sized firms can take on the world

Playing detective

The challenges and benefits of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing Bill

London calling

Lee White talks to A Plus as he prepares to take on the global role of Executive Director at the IFRS Foundation

Motivating millennials

From offering meaningful work to transforming traditional settings, some companies are working to build millennial-friendly corporate cultures

Adding to the conversation

Known as a millennial thought leader within the profession, Danetha Doe shares her views on what it means to be a next-generation accountant

Keeping it clean

The President of the Financial Action Task Force on the organization’s achievements so far and the role of accountants in preventing the laundering of criminal proceeds

Hong Kong gets real

As Hong Kong aims to boost its innovation through research and development tax incentives, tech start-ups share their frustrations

Nothing but a number

Chief financial officers under 35 downplay their age as they talk about their career highlights and difficulties

Leading discussions

The Institute’s new President introduces a new buzzphrase and discusses his aims for the year