Lam, Simon Ken Chung 藍建中

HKICPA drops complaint against Mr Ken Fan Kin Nang and his firm, pays them HK$2.8m costs
HKICPA, 29-Jul-2022
This comes after the Disciplinary Committee, chaired by Simon Lam Ken-chung, ordered the HKICPA to disclose unused materials that it had received from an anonymous complainant. Context is everything.
HKICPA fines Charles Chan Wai Dune, Delores Teh Eng Hua, Yau Hok Hung & CCIF CPA Ltd
HKICPA, 5-May-2022
For bad audit work on the 2005-2007 accounts of First Natural Foods (1076), now reborn as Imperial Pacific International Holdings Ltd. The main subsidiary of the Fujianese eel producer turned out to have 2 sets of accounts and there were forged sales. Ever alert, It took 7 years until the Financial Reporting Council received a complaint "from a regulator" (probably SFC) and another 3.5 years until they issued a report and sent it to the HKICPA in Nov-2018. We note that Mr Chan and his firm were previously fined by HKICPA in 2010 in a separate case.
HKICPA bans former FC of Yorkey (2788) for 1 year, orders costs
HKICPA, 7-May-2019
Deloitte and 3 partners fined over 2010-2013 audits of China Vision Media (1060, now Alibaba Pictures)
HKICPA, 15-Apr-2019
Jessie Yung Mei Chun v Privacy Commissioner
HK Administrative Appeals Board, 12-Jan-2011
In a majority AAB decision, Andrew Mak Yip Shing upholds Merrill Lynch's claim to legal professional privilege over a report relating to former employee Jessie Yung Mei Chun by its Office of General Counsel, and that it therefore does not have to be provided in response to her data access request. Simon Lam Ken Chung, in the minority, opines that the report does not seem to provide any legal advice or assistance and is therefore not protected just because it was written by a lawyer.

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