The rapid progress of information technology has made it possible for accountants to generate very detailed and multi-faceted financial information. While increasingly, people are in need to obtain and understand the relevance of what is behind financial data, financial information are often perceived as being dull and difficult to understand.
This workshop is delivered across two parts. In the first part, the training focuses on finding a purpose of why you need to be good in communicating and presenting as accountants, what does it take to do a great presentation and how to present your ideas with high impact. The second part will focus on equipping you with the ability to use and present financial information from the user’s perspective (e.g. senior management, non-finance background) and be able to get buy-in through effective communication of such information.
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Kamsuo Wong, MA LLM MBA FCPA(Aust.)
With three Master’s degrees under his belt, Kamsuo Wong, a candidate for a Doctorate degree of Education, is highly regarded as a multi-faceted academic backed by over fifteen years of extensive professional experience in accounting. He is a professional accountant in Hong Kong, United Kingdom and Australia and the member of Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA), Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CPFA), and CPA Australia (FCPA). He is also the Expert Council Advisor of International Financial Management Association. He is currently the Assistant Professor of Centennial College (an independent College established by University of Hong Kong), Adjunct Lecturer at a number of universities and tertiary education institutions.
This workshop is suitable for those who want an understanding on financial risk management. It would also be beneficial to accountants, finance manager, business owners and those who are involved in financial control functions within their organisation.