Early warning signals of issues with listed companies in Hong Kong - Workshop 2018

In today’s volatile economy, there is a need for investors to understand the rationale behind the corporate actions of listed companies. In fact, there are early “red flag” signals revealed from the listed companies’ various corporate actions and financial reporting.

Key topics covered:

  • Understanding the early warning signals of issues with Listed Companies
  • Structural approach in analysing the “Red Flag” screening framework
  • Common window dressing techniques adopted by Listed Companies
  • Case Study – Listed Companies in HK and China

Trainer profile:

D Tang has over 20 years of experience in risk management and product risk analysis at various leading US and European investment and corporate banks. His product coverage ranges from trade finance to syndicated loans, derivatives and structured products, and leveraged financing for corporate (SME and corporate) banks, financial institutions and funds in Greater China and SE Asia region. Mr Tang is also experienced in providing both internal and external training to various investment and corporate banks, government supervisory bodies, and various professional institutes.

Learning objectives

  • Understand various early red flag warning signals of listed companies
  • Discover structural analytical red flag screening framework
  • Examine common window dressing techniques adopted by listed companies
  • Apply learning through various case studies discussion


This workshop is specially designed for Chief Financial Officer (CFO), equity analyst, bond analyst and finance professionals, who want to gain further knowledge in unveiling the early “red flag” signals of various listed companies in HK and China.

3 hours