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From dark history and present-day reality of big-business tax avoidance, to digital age’s controversial Bitcoin crime;
give yourself a movie and popcorn treat and
engage in interesting exchanges with industry peers.
Each ticket comes with one complimentary popcorn set,
including 85oz popcorn plus 16oz soft drink, valued at HK$75.
Ethical Controversies Today and Tomorrow
The Hong Kong Society of Financial Analysts, CFA Institute and ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Hong Kong are proud to present our inaugural Ethics Film Festival 2018. Themed ‘Ethical Controversies Today and Tomorrow’, the event aims to bring together like-minded professionals to discuss and address ethical issues and challenges in the finance industry. From dark history and present-day reality of big-business tax avoidance, to digital age’s controversial Bitcoin crime; whether you are a CFO or a new joiner to the finance industry, you will enjoy these films and engage in interesting exchanges with other elites in the profession.
The Ethics Film Festival aims to encourage business professionals to navigate their own ethical compass by reflecting on thought-provoking films and participating in active discussions around professional ethics with industry peers. This will provide a strong foundation for any finance professional who is a custodian of trust in an increasingly digital age.
7:00 – 7:05pm Welcome & Introduction
7:05 – 8:35pm Film Show
8:35 – 9:00pm Discussion led by Facilitator
Here is the trailer and story description of the film "Banking on Bitcoin":
Dir. Harold Crooks
Documentary / 2014 / Canada / 93 mins / English
"The Price We Pay" is inspired by Brigitte Alepin’s book "La Crise fiscale qui vient". Director Harold Crooks (who co-directed "Surviving Progress" with Mathieu Roy) blows the lid off the dirty world of corporate malfeasance with this incendiary documentary about the dark history and dire present-day reality of big-business tax avoidance, which has seen multinationals depriving governments of trillions of dollars in tax revenues by harboring profits in offshore havens. Tax havens, originally created by London bankers in the 50s, today put over half the world’s stock of money beyond reach of public treasuries.
About the Facilitator:
Mr. Stanley Ho, FCCA
Mr. Stanley Ho is a tax partner in KPMG's Hong Kong office and is the Hong Kong Leader for KPMG's Global Compliance Management Services. He has over 15 years of experience in providing tax compliance and advisory services to clients, particularly those involved in cross-border businesses activities, listed companies, multinational conglomerates, and international businesses. He is a regular speaker of professional tax seminars and is also the Co-chairman of Tax Sub-committee of ACCA Hong Kong and a taxation faculty member of Hong Kong Institute of CPAs.
CFA Societies Global Passport Program
HKSFA has participated in the CFA Societies Global Passport Program which allows CFA society members to enjoy local society member rate at selected events like this luncheon. Members of non-HKSFA CFA Institute societies qualify to attend this event at HKSFA member rates. Please contact HKSFA at email@example.com to register.