The coronavirus outbreak has affected the ability of auditors to audit the results of more than 1,200 mainland Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa The coronavirus outbreak has affected the ability of auditors to audit the results of more than 1,200 mainland Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa
The coronavirus outbreak has affected the ability of auditors to audit the results of more than 1,200 mainland Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa

Hong Kong accountants’ body asks stock exchange to delay deadline for filing annual results amid virus-led travel restrictions

  • Regulators should delay deadline to April 30 for all listed companies reporting annual results, Hong Kong Business Accountants Association says
  • Exchange has said it will allow firms to issue unaudited results and to continue trading on a case-by-case basis

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The coronavirus outbreak has affected the ability of auditors to audit the results of more than 1,200 mainland Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa The coronavirus outbreak has affected the ability of auditors to audit the results of more than 1,200 mainland Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa
The coronavirus outbreak has affected the ability of auditors to audit the results of more than 1,200 mainland Chinese companies listed in Hong Kong. Photo: Roy Issa
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