Asian Financial Statement Analysis: Detecting Financial Irregularities (Wiley Finance)

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9781118486528: Asian Financial Statement Analysis: Detecting Financial Irregularities (Wiley Finance)

Gain a deeper understanding of Asian financial reporting and how to detect irregularities

The Asian region, and particularly China, is becoming a hotbed of investment activity. There have been quite a few accounting scandals in Asia in the recent years – now rivaling those we have seen in the Americas and Europe. Assessing potential or active overseas investments requires reliance on financial statements, the full parameters of which may vary from region to region. To effectively analyze statements, it is necessary to first understand the framework underlying these financial statements and then lay out a protocol for detecting irregularities. It's impossible to create and implement a practical plan without a deeper knowledge of the various factors at play.

Asian Statement Analysis: Detecting Financial Irregularities provides a framework for analysis that makes irregularities stand out. Authors Chin Hwee Tan and Thomas R. Robinson discuss international financial reporting standards, including characteristics particular to the Asian region. Tan and Robinson's combined background in academia and Asian finance give them a multi-modal perspective and position them as top authorities on the topic. In the book, they address issues such as:

  • Detection of irregularities independent of particular accounting rules
  • The most common irregularities in the Asian market
  • Similarities and differences between U.S. and Asian accounting techniques
  • An overarching framework for irregularity detection

The book uses real-world examples to illustrate the concepts presented, with the focus on Asian companies. As the first ever in-depth study on manipulation and irregularities in the Asian market, Asian Financial Statement Analysis: Detecting Financial Irregularities is uniquely positioned to be a valuable resource in the move toward the next phase of global reporting standards.

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Praise for Asian Financial Statement Analysis

"Asian Financial Statement Analysis is a timely and useful treatment of an extremely important topic: the growth of global companies from China and Asia and their further integration into global capital markets. It studies actual cases and problems and also puts those in a larger context. I know of no other book of its kind."
—Merit E. Janow, Dean, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University

"During the many years that we have been investing we have found that one of the biggest risks investing in capital markets around the world revolves around corporate governance and accounting fraud. ChinHwee's 20 years of investing in Asia as one of the pioneers in private/mezzanine credit investments is a testimony of his depth of wisdom and experience in understanding the real Asia on the ground."
—Mark Mobius, PhD, Executive Chairman, Templeton Emerging Markets Group

"It is not often that one comes across a book on the subject of forensic accounting and evaluating financial statements written by a true expert. I whole-heartedly recommend this book to all my fellow investors. The book is both learned and practical."
—Dato Cheah Cheng Hye, Chairman and Co Investment Officer, Value Partners Group Limited

"As Asia becomes more competitive and strict regulatory institutions and corporate governance slowly emerge, there is a tremendous need for education in forensic accounting and financial statement analysis. The authors' approach is holistic and they make it come alive with excellent case studies concerning real companies in Asia."
—Dr. K. Ravi Kumar, Shaw Chair Professor and Dean, Nanyang Technological University

"This work is an essential tool for anyone seriously considering investing in Asia and will help avoid many of the obvious, and less obvious, pitfalls."
—Hugh Young, Managing Director and Head of Global Equities, Aberdeen Asset Management Asia Limited

"As a financial market practitioner, one of my primary concerns is recommending clients to invest in a company that turns out to be a fraud. ChinHwee Tan's insightful and thoroughly researched Asian Financial Statement Analysis is an excellent resource and goes a long way to make people like myself sleep soundly at night. Only someone such as himself, with the wealth of knowledge and experience in some of the most treacherous parts of the world, could have written a book as relevant as this."
—David Cui, Head of China Strategy, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

"Tan & Robinson deftly blend bedrock-solid accounting lessons with real-life examples of their application to Asian companies. The book's lessons are written in an accessible style, and should benefit investors who heed the authors' basic message: exercise intelligent skepticism in investing."
—Jack Ciesielski, publisher of The Analyst's Accounting Observer and owner of R.G. Associates, Inc.

"Professor ChinHwee Tan is a foremost expert in the practice of forensic accounting, and his skills and insights are much appreciated from the halls of government agencies to the classrooms of MBA lectures, including those at Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF). This book is a valuable contribution to the investment community and should be an indispensible addition to your library."
—Hong Yan, PhD, Professor of Finance, Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (SAIF) Associate Director, China Academy of Financial Research (CAFR), Shanghai Jiao Tong University

"This book introduces useful tools for serious Asia investors from authors with exceptional credentials in the field."
—John Rogers, CFA, CEO of CFA Institute

From the Inside Flap:

Financial scandals and irregularities can occur globally, but most recently have begun a steady climb in Asia. Until now not much had been documented about these incidents, and there remains a significant lack of corporate governance in these markets. Asian Financial Statement Analysis: Detecting Financial Irregularities was created to address this knowledge gap while keeping the global investor in mind. Coauthored by two leading authorities in the field, it is the first ever in-depth study into detecting financial irregularities specifically in the international financial reporting of Asia-Pacific companies.

ChinHwee Tan is highly acclaimed by The Hedge Fund Journal and World Economic Forum and is the founding partner in Asia for a leading global alternative investor, among the largest in the world. Dr. Thomas R. Robinson is Managing Director of the Americas at the CFA Institute and has written and spoken extensively on the subject of financial statement analysis. Together they have created a practical guide for anyone looking to perform effective forensic analysis on the financial statements of Asian companies, generally for the purpose of making solid investment choices.

The first section of the book lays out a proven framework for detecting irregularities in profits, financial position, or cash flow. Its subsequent chapters illustrate the most common irregularities in the Asia-Pacific region and some of the warning signs to look for. Each chapter also includes a useful checklist of different analysis techniques, an overview of the most common games that companies play, and a full case study of an Asia-based company to help illustrate the concepts in a holistic manner. The authors' personal experiences in both global and Asian financial markets enrich the text and offer readers a firsthand look at real world scenarios, helping them further scrutinize companies within that same space.

Asian Financial Statement Analysis: Detecting Financial Irregularities helps professionals navigate the intricacies of investing in Asian business ventures as they look to expand their investment portfolio. It not only offers a comprehensive look at detecting irregularities regardless of accounting rules, but also helps transition professionals into the next phase of global reporting standards. The book is the only resource financial professionals need to better guarantee wise investments and avoid corrupt business practices in the unique Asia-Pacific region.

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