(*course fees are subject to change without prior notice.)
Upon completion of the programme, students should be able to:
- identify key legal issues affecting banking and commercial practices in Hong Kong;
- gain an updated knowledge on commercial law in Hong Kong and Mainland China; and
- design and implement legal risk management plans to combat commercial crimes and money laundering activities
Note: The “Commercial Crimes and Money Laundering Law” module is not a CEF Reimbursement course.
This programme seeks to an understanding of the nature and purposes of, and issues within investment decisions in a range of investment opportunities. In doing so, it articulates and applies principles of investments in shares, bonds, mutual funds, and other securities, within an investment portfolio. It further sets out to provide a practical familiarity with issues in investment in derivatives, and in real estate.
The programme aims to provide participants with a theoretical and practical understanding of the evolving nature and applications of finance and accounting models. The evolutions stem from changes in the economic, political, regulatory and technological environment. In doing so, students could look at the established history, the current situation, and explore implications for the future.
The programme provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to assess the impact of such changes on organisations and a range of relevant stakeholders. It aims to explore current issues in financial reporting, financial management and corporate finance disciplines and to provide opportunities for students to develop their skills in critical analysis and evaluation of alternative solutions.
This preparatory course aims to provide tuition support to students for studying the MSc in Professional Accountancy, University of London (UCL).
This programme seeks to provide knowledge, understanding, and skills to apply tools to investment opportunities. As such it sets out to develop skills in a range of areas which contribute to the construction of a robust business case which demonstrates that key risks have been identified, analysed, and evaluated. Such areas would include data analysis, structuring decisions, building decision models, risk assessment, and trade-offs. By the end the programme, students would be able to identify and select appropriate types of analysis to improve decision making under uncertainty and add value.