China - Fraud Risk Prevention And Controls: Establishing An Effective Internal Reporting Mechanism.

Updated: Jun 2

As China’s economy continues to grow, an increasing number of domestic companies are set to expand operations internationally and are faced with heightened, stringent financial reporting requirements and internal control expectations from global investors. Accordingly, enforcement authorities in China have refined the applicable internal control guidelines and regulations, under which domestic companies are encouraged to maintain an effective internal control framework that is akin to global best practices, so as to strengthen corporate governance and risk management. In this article, Sean Lam (Senior Managing Director) and Charaine Ng (Senior Consultant), from our Risk Advisory & Investigations practice share their insights on how to establish an effective internal reporting mechanism for China based businesses. Click here to read more. (Pdf 5 Pages)

For further information, please contact: Sean Lam, Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting

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