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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, China has put in place strong border restrictions which have essentially limited international inbound travelers including those from Hong Kong. Travel restrictions have created challenges for many Hong Kong-based and international internal audit, compliance and investigation professionals in monitoring their companies’ subsidiaries, investments and business partners in China.
This webinar will focus on providing the audience an overview of the latest fraud landscape in China (including insights from the results of the PwC’s 2022 Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey), challenges faced by the internal audit, compliance and investigation professionals amid the travel restrictions, how those challenges may be overcome to avoid losing visibility, and a sharing of recent fraud cases that prevail in China.
Kelvin Cheong, Partner, Forensic Services, PwC
Kelvin is a partner in PwC’s Forensic Services in Mainland China and Hong Kong and has specialized in forensic accounting since 2007. His experience includes investigations into financial statements fraud, asset misappropriations, employee misconducts, anti-bribery & corruption reviews, contract compliance reviews and acting as an expert witness on disputes matters.
Kelvin has advised multinational clients and listed companies in a wide range of industries. Earlier in his career, Kelvin was stationed in Beijing, China for 4.5 years and gained first-hand experience of China-specific matters. Since July this year, he has become responsible for the Forensic Services practice in the China’s Greater Bay Area.
He is a qualified accountant (HKICPA and AICPA) and a CFE and obtained a Master of Laws degree in Arbitration & Dispute Resolution.
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