Preparing statement of cash flow - Workshop 2016

The program will introduce  the concept and standards of a cash flow statement.  As cash flow statement is one of the most significant sources of information, this program examines the relevant accounting standards and highlights necessary steps in its preparation.  The training will also discuss the issues pertaining to preparing consolidated cash flow statement and its disclosures.

The program outline will include:

Cash flow statement (HKAS 7)
• The importance of cash flow statements
• An overview of the professional accounting standards HKAS 7, including note disclosures
• The structure of cash flow statements
• Using both the direct and indirect method
• Analysing and reconstructing ledgers to obtain cash flow information
• Prepare relevant disclosures required by HKAS 7
• Preparing consolidated cash flow statements involving the acquisition and disposal of subsidiaries, non-controlling interest, and the relevant notes to the accounts

Language: Cantonese supplemented with English

Learning objectives

The learning outcomes of the program include:
• Understanding the financial reporting standards relating to cash flow statements
• Application of reporting standards in Hong Kong
• Preparing consolidated cash flow statements and relevant disclosures
• Hear insights from the following subject matter expert:

Mr Kamsuo Wong, FCPA (Aust.)
Mr Kamsuo Wong, FCPA (Aust.), CPA (HK), CPFA (UK), MA, LLM, MBA is highly regarded as a multi-faceted academic with over 15 years of extensive professional experience. He is currently a part-time lecturer at a number of universities and tertiary institutions for the subjects of Financial Reporting, Financial Management and Business and Company Law.  Mr Wong has gained a number of professional qualifications in Hong Kong, Australia and United Kingdom.


This program is recommended for Finance Managers, Financial Accountants, Cost accountants, Management Accountants, Financial Auditors, Financial Analysts and users of financial statements

3 hours