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  • 24 Feb 2022 11:40 AM | Anonymous

    ASIS Hong Kong Chapter is organizing an online seminar about COVID-19 Hong Kong policies.  ACFE Hong Kong Chapter members can register free of charge.


    The seminar will share outlook of the COVID-19 policies in Hong Kong in the coming months, discuss the evolving risk landscape on the ground and provide suggestions on risk mitigation for businesses.

    · 14:00 – 14:05: Opening

    · 14:05 – 14:25: The COVID-19 situation in Hong Kong and how the control measures will look like in the future (Caro)

    · 14:25 – 14:45: Business impacts and how to identify and mitigate risks (Neal)

    · 14:45 – 15:00: Questions & Answers


    Carolyn Law is an Analyst in Control Risks’ Shanghai office. Carolyn is responsible for delivering and developing Control Risks’ analytical products and consulting in the areas of political, integrity, security and operational risks across Northeast Asia.

    Carolyn was previously a Compliance Analyst for Credit Suisse, where she handled enquiries from Singapore and Hong Kong financial regulators. She is a native of Hong Kong and has experience living in Taiwan and Singapore.

    Carolyn speaks Cantonese, Mandarin, English and Japanese.

    Neal Beatty is a Principal in Control Risks’ Hong Kong office. In this role, he is responsible for client relationships in Hong Kong, developing new business with multinational clients, and advising on areas of business risk that impact their operations in Hong Kong, Greater China and the Asia Pacific region.

    Neal also consults with clients on issues relating to strategic risk management and crisis preparedness, including restructuring and reputational issues. He has assisted clients dealing with sensitive internal compliance and business continuity issue and regularly conducts crisis management workshops with senior management groups. A fluent Mandarin Chinese speaker, Neal regularly gives presentations to both MNC and Chinese companies on a range of business risk-related issues.

    Neal holds a Master’s degree in Chinese Studies from the University of Leeds and a BSc in chemistry from Warwick University, both in the UK.


    March 3, 2022 Thursday

    14:00 - 15:00 Hong Kong Time (GMT +8)

    *please allow 15 minutes to set up your computer.


    Online Zoom Meeting: joining instruction will be sent upon successful registration




    ASIS members and friendly association members(OSAC / ACSG / BCI / ACFE / HKSA / IPSA / APSA / CSI):HK$ 0.00 (Free of charge)

    Non-members: HK$ 100

    Bank Account:

    HSBC Account Number: 162-037352-001

    Account Payee: ASIS International Hong Kong Chapter

    CPE Points:

    One (1) CPE Point(s)


    · Participants must remain in the meeting for at least 45 minutes.

    · Participants who require “Certificate of Attendance” shall email education@asishongkong.org with your full name within 1 calendar week from the event date.

    · Participants are responsible for their own reporting.


    Please register by submit email to treasurer@asishongkong.org with subject:

    ASIS HK Event 2022 March 3

    1. Members: provide your name (e.g.: Peter Chan), organization (e.g.: ASIS), and membership ID.

    2. Non-Member: provide your name and payment proof.

    *Reservations are handled on a first come first served basis

    *No refunds will be catered unless the event is cancelled by ASIS

    *If the event has to be rescheduled due to unforeseen circumstances, you will be informed 24 hours in advance, via e-mail.


    24 hours before the event date/time.

  • 11 Feb 2022 12:37 PM | Anonymous

    The Hong Kong Productivity Council is organising a Business Continuity Implementer Course – Risk, Business Impact Analysis and BC Plans.

    Date:               11-13 April 2022
    Time:               09:00-17:00
    Venue:             Online Broadcast

    Facing many more unforeseen circumstances and business emergencies under the pandemic, this training course will provide an overview of the Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) framework and how to make wise business decision and build up a response plan in different scenarios. 

    For details and enrolment, please visit: http://u.hkpc.org/BCImplementerCourse

    Members of the ACFE Hong Kong Chapter will enjoy a discounted enrolment fee.

  • 7 Feb 2022 7:31 PM | Anonymous

    Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) will have their next Global C-Suite Business & Finance Program on 22-25 April 2022. This program will enable you to gain the Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) designation and CIMA Fellow Membership upon attending 1 workshop, passing 1 exam (Strategic Case Study Exam) and successful fellow membership application.  As ACFE students and members, you can join the program at special price if you enrol on or before 28 Feb 2022

    The CGMA designation is powered by the AICPA (the American Institute of CPAs) and CIMA, two of the world’s leading accounting organizations. And this C-Suite Program is an esteemed program designed to complement your vast experience in Finance and Business functions as a C-Suite executive, and provide you with an exclusive access to global networking opportunity with other C-Suite peers. Please find the below videos for your reference:

    If you are interested to join the program, please fill in the application form and provide CIMA with the detailed CV (with supervising team and reporting line information) for a formal pre-assessment. Or if you would like to enquire for more detail, please contact CIMA at:

  • 28 Dec 2021 10:46 AM | Anonymous

    Join a E-learning webinar

    Joint ForensIG-CFIG webinar:
    Identifying and Managing Latest Regional and HK Business Risks

    The business landscape has become increasingly complex and uncertain as Hong Kong is caught in the middle of the great U.S.-China power struggle. Over the past few months, the regulatory environment within the Mainland itself has also been giving rise to uncertainties for companies and investors, particularly in specific sectors like what has just happened in the Macau gaming industry. When added to the widely-reported woes of the over-leveraged Mainland property sector, where bond defaults have started to occur, we could ask whether the business climate in the region is in danger of mirroring the concerns surrounding the atmospheric climate. Against this background, the speaker, business risk expert, Mr. Steve Vickers, will discuss the following topics in the next ForensIG event.  

    1. Political risks: What can companies do to minimise the risks and uncertainties that they face? 
    2. The Evergrande situation: Whether the company’s growing financial straits could have a wider impact on China’s economy, including on Hong Kong, and even internationally?
    3. Variable Interest Entity (VIE): Is this still a reliable arrangement for foreign investment in certain Mainland sectors? 


    Thursday, 13 January 2022


    1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.


    Steve Vickers
    Founder and CEO of Steve Vickers & Associate




    Marco Yip (marcoyip@hkicpa.org.hk);
    Ki Wong (wkwong@hkicpa.org.hk)

    Enrolment deadline: 

    Online enrolment by 10 January 2022
    (offline enrolment by 6 January 2022)

    After successful registration, the meeting URL and login password will be provided nearer the event date.

  • 18 Nov 2021 3:31 PM | Anonymous

    ASIS Hong Kong will hold their AGM and Christmas Dinner on 10 December 2021. 

    Event Highlights
    1. Free flow of drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic)
    2. Sponsors product/service showcase
    3. Savoury Canapés
    4. Comedian show
    5. Lucky draw
    6. Full course dinner (salad, soup, main, and dessert)
    7. Professional networking

    BRICK LANE Gallery
    G/F, 17 Minden Ave, Tsim Sha Tsui

    2-minute walk from MTR East Tsim Sha Tsui Station P3 Exit

    Members of ACFE Hong Kong Chapter, as a friendly association of ASIS Hong Kong Chapter, enjoys a discounted rate for the event.

    Please refer to the event flyer for full details and registration. 

  • 4 Oct 2021 10:17 PM | Anonymous

    Handling dawn raids -  Regulatory Investigations by the SFC in Hong Kong (Part B)

    In the previous joint webinar held on 11 August, which was well-received by participants, speaker, Mr. Sherman Yan, managing partner and head of Litigation & Dispute Resolution, ONC Lawyers, shared his insights on some features of the Securities and Futures Commission’s Investigative Powers, together with examples and case studies. However, as there was not sufficient time to cover all of the scheduled topics, Mr. Yan has kindly agreed to conduct a follow-up webinar, covering these additional topics, including dawn raids, search warrants, and self-reporting. He will also give a brief summary of the previous talk for the benefit of participants who were unable to attend that event.

    Date: Monday, 18 October 2021
    Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. 
    Speaker: Sherman Yan
      Managing Partner, Head of Litigation & Dispute Resolution, ONC Lawyers
    Language:  English
    Enquiries:  Marco Yip (marcoyip@hkicpa.org.hk);
      Ki Wong (wkwong@hkicpa.org.hk)
    Enrolment deadline: Online enrolment by 12 October 2021
      (offline enrolment by 8 October 2021)

    After successful registration, the meeting URL and login password will be provided nearer the event date.

    Please see event flyer for details and enrolment.
  • 26 Sep 2021 7:00 PM | Anonymous

    Topic :
    "Latest Cyber Security / Technology Crime Trend and the Corporate Governance "

    Speaker : -
    Mr. Paul Pak-ho, YEUNG.
    Senior Inspector of police, Office in charge of Collaboration Team 1, Cyber Security Division, Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau (CSTCB), HK Police Force.
    Graduated from Imperial College London with a Bachelor Degree in Engineering.  He joined the Force in 2012 and spent majority of his career in the line of crime investigations.  In  2018, he was transferred from OCTB to the CSTCB and is currently attached to the Collaboration Team 1 of the CSD CSTCB

    ACIA Representatives:
    Dr. Peter Tsui, President of ACIA.

    Roddy Lau,  VP of ACIA,  HKICPA, FAIA, FTIHK, CTA, ASCA.

    Simon Chow, Honorary Advisor of ACIA. HKICPA, CPA, HKICS, CIMA, TIHK, CTA, HKRFP.

    Ronald Man, Treasurer of ACIA. CPAA, HKICPA.

    Date : 05.10.2021 Tue
    Time :
    Presentations / Q&A
    Enrollment link :

    ZOOM link:

    Sponsors :
    Ascent Partners,
    CWK CPA Ltd.


    Free 1.5 hr CPD to participants by ACIA after 21 days!ZOOM name must same as Enrollment, otherwise, no CPD.
    ZOOM starts before 12 00pm. PPT to ord. members only.

  • 22 Aug 2021 10:12 PM | Anonymous

    ASIS Hong Kong Chapter is organising an online seminar featuring the Executive Director of Institute of Strategic Risk Management in the crisis handling post terrorism attack, using a case sharing of the Manchester Arena suicide bombing which took 23 lives including the attacker, and injured 1017 people.


    Dr David Rubens is the CEO of the Deltar Group and Executive Director of the Institute of Strategic Risk Management (ISRM), which he founded in 2018. He is a recognised authority on the strategic management of complex events, particularly within a multi-agency crisis management framework.

    David holds a doctorate in security and risk management from the University of Portsmouth, writing his thesis on alternative command & control frameworks for strategic management and critical decision-making in complex crisis environments. He has been a Visiting Lecturer and Dissertation Supervisor on the Leicester University ‘Security, Policing and Terrorism’ MSc programme, and a Visiting Lecturer on the Strategic Leadership programme at Cranfield University, where he lectured on terrorism and public policy, and strategic management of complex operations. He is currently a Visiting Lecturer on the International Security Management Masters programme at the Berlin School of Economics and Law.

    David contributed to the UK Critical Infrastructure Resilience Executive Steering Committee as a Subject Matter Expert for the strategic management of complex crisis management and was a founding member of the London Resilience Gold Command Crisis Management Project Academic Advisory Group. He is currently a member of the UK National Preparedness Commission. Dr David Rubens was voted the IFSEC No 1 Global Security Thought Leader of 2019.

    Key takeaways:

    - The reason for the ‘success’ of the Manchester Arena attack in 2017

    - The key events leading up to the attack identified by the Report of the Manchester Arena attack

    - The failures of security management in the lead up to the attack and aftermath response

    - How ISRM can help your organisation to prepare and drill for an attack on your organisation

    - What can the ISRM offer to ASIS chapters and security practitioners in courses and seminars?

    Date/Time : 10 September 2021 (16:00 - 17:00 hours Hong Kong Time)

    Venue: Online Zoom Meeting; joining instruction will be sent upon successful registration

    Language : English

    CostFree for ASIS members and Friendly association members (OSAC / ACSG / BCI / ACFE / HKSA / IPSA / APSA / CSI)
    Non-members HK$100 

    CPE Points: One CPE Point.  Certificate of attendance will be award for participant who continuously stay in the webinar for no less than 45 minutes.
    *members need to apply CPE points via the ASIS on-line system

    Please register by replying email to treasurer@asis.org.hk with subject ‘ASIS Event 2021 Sept 10”
    1) Members- provide name, organisation and membership ID
    2) Non-members, provide name and proof of payment

    Deadline for registration: 24 hours before the event date/time.
  • 21 Jul 2021 11:54 PM | Anonymous

    Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) is organizing the "Security Big Data & A.I. Analytic (SBDA) Training" in September 2021.  ACFE HK members can enjoy the discounted price.  For more details (including enrolment methods), please refer to the course webpage.

  • 21 Jul 2021 11:38 PM | Anonymous

    ASIS will host the webinar by Current Consulting's Björn Wahlstrom with Lee Oddess on the 28th of July - the topic is Trends in Access Control and Security.

    Please see attached the flyer and registering at the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAkfu6vrT4vH9aI6OWG0hHEcGgCeD1nTcyl

    Further details

    The webinar will cover the following:

    • Security has gone mainstream as a feature of a larger value proposition and the impacts it has on our old truths of high security are being challenged. What are they and how to respond?
    • Megatechs influence both in business practices as well as standards like CHiP, LORA, and 5G impacting the way our systems work
    • The impact of new access control companies in the past 6 months raising $300+M in capital to exercise in the global market. We have never seen this before.
    • The introduction of the end user as a stakeholder. With mobile and the increased adoption of new technology such as health attestation, end users will now influence what systems go in, stay, and how they function. We are all set up for the admin and the dealer…what do we do with the end user?
    • Our industry has forever been about keeping bad people out, it is now about letting the right person in. We are applying 30-year-old products and processes to today and tomorrow use cases.
    Members of the ACFE can sign up the webinar for free.

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