Monday, January 25 2021 5:46:00

Code : 2018131
Event Name : Business accounting and Finance for Surveyors in Hong Kong
Speaker : Sr Benny K B Kwok BSc MBA CTA CPA(Practising) MCIOB MHKIS MRICS
Principal, Benny K B Kwok Forensic Expert

Kwok is a forensic accountant and has attended the High Court, the District Court, tribunals, arbitrations and disciplinary proceedings as an expert witness to give evidence in respect of accounting, commercial and financial matters over the last two decades. Kwok is the author of Business Terms & Phrases for Surveyors, Engineers & Facilities Managers in Hong Kong (Sponsored by The HKIS), Forensic Accountancy (1st & 2nd Editions) published by LexixNexis and Financial Analysis in Hong Kong (1st & 2nd Editions) published by Chinese University Press
Event Date : 27/06/2018
Event Time : 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Venue : Surveyors Learning Centre, Room 1207, 12/F, Wing On Centre, 111 Connaught Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Organizer : GPD PDD PFMD
Closing Date : 15/06/2018
Fee : HK$ 120 for members; HK$ 180 for non-members (HK$30 walk-in surcharge on all prices listed)
Quota : HKIS members; First-come-first-served
Details :

Whether in commerce or in public practice, surveyors conduct valuation, asset appraisal, contract negotiation and property consulting as well as take charge of the overall supervision and daily operation of properties and built facilities. All these tasks and engagements require the abilities to understand basic terminologies, analyse observable data and apply business concepts relevant to the subject assets, properties and built facilities.

Audits, ledgers, budgets, projections, final accounts, financial statements, and financial reporting standards are commonly cited amongst owners, clients, contractors, sub-contractors, managers, lawyers, regulators, end-users and other stakeholders in business and finance. Any misinterpretation of key terms and phrases causes embarrassment and costs money. This seminar will give an overview of how relevant concepts in business accounting and finance can be applied in surveying in Hong Kong.