Accounting & Finance
Accounting & Finance
Hong Kong is known for the sophistication of its financial industry, which is the cornerstone of the city's economy. We are committed to developing finance and accounting talnet and helping finance professionals gain the necessary qualifications to advance in their careers. With programmes in the areas of accounting, corporate governance, compliance, financial services, insurance, fintech, financial intelligence, investment management and risk management, we take care of the needs of finance sector professionals, no matter what the level or discipline.
Our competitive advantage lies in our close connection to industry and professional bodies, as well as collaboration with internationally-acclaimed universities.
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Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), works together with the banking industry to introduce an industry-wide competency framework – Enhanced Competency Framework (ECF) on Anti-money Laundering and Counter-financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) to support talent development in AML/CFT. The syllabus will be provided by the Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (HKIB) and this programme is offered for students to prepare for the ECF on AML/CFT Professional Level Examination.
Students who pass the examination with 3 years relevant work experience will be eligible to apply for Certified AML Professional (CAMLP). Please visit HKIB website (https://www.hkib.org/ ) for further information on examination arrangements.
Executive Certificate in Applications of Blockchain in Financial Technology offers the contemporary concepts and ideas about the Blockchain and studies the ecosystem of Blockchain in global financial world. Also, it discuss the legal impacts of Blockchain and shares practical cases about its applications.
Course Fee : $9000 per programme
Course Fee : $3000 (* only applicable to insurance practitioners including insurer staff / insurance intermediaries who can join this programme recognized by the Government’s Pilot Programme to Enhance Talent Training for the Insurance Sector and receive two-thirds of tuition subsidy.)
Course fees are non-refundable and 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.