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Our China Practice

Posted on June 11, 2018 by

Rob Dutkiewicz

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I have enjoyed watching our China service team flourish as they help business owners, both here and abroad, compete in the global marketplace. Our firm, along with many of our clients, saw the emerging opportunities offered by the China market more than a dozen years ago, and began to build a team of Mandarin-speaking CPAs. Language skills, along with an in-depth understanding of the tax and accounting needs of Chinese businesses and owners has allowed us to expand our services. We’re seeing a significant uptick in activity in 2018 and expect the trend to continue.

The video below provides more information about our China practice, under the leadership of Shareholder Tim Hilligoss and Manager Nina Wang. I’m also pleased to announce that we are expanding the team. If you know if anyone looking to be a part of an exciting opportunity with our firm, we’d be happy to meet them. You’ll find our job posting here.


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Rob is recognized by clients, the C&M team and colleagues around the world for his pragmatic and thoughtful leadership.

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