13:00 - 14:00


Wan Chai

Course Fee


CPD Hour


In 2018, the U.S. imposed trade measures against Mainland China, imposing tariffs on a range of Chinese imports over a dispute about trade practices and market restrictions. The Mainland in return slapped tariffs on the U.S. imports. The U.S. Government has also taken active steps against Chinese companies to enforce its sanctions. The recent arrest of the CFO of Huawei in Canada, at the request of the U.S. Government, pending an extradition hearing highlights the broad reach of U.S. sanctions in controlling the conduct of foreign parties.

In this event, a panel of three highly experienced forensic accounting and legal practitioners will discuss:
• Background to issues underlying the trade dispute and the U.S. Section 301 tariffs
• U.S. Government tools to exert pressure on Mainland China
• U.S. export controls and sanctions rules and their applicability in Asia
• Differences between primary and secondary sanctions
• Denied and restricted party lists maintained by the U.S. government
• Impact on business operations
• Tips to manage export control and sanctions compliance requirements


Speaker : Beth Junell & Tatman Savio

CPA Credit Hour : 1.00 Hours

Fee : ForensIG members/ RIF members/ ACFE members: HK$150 | Non-ForensIG members/ Non-RIF member: HK$250

Application Deadline : 8 March 2019

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