China business desk
Our London based China business desk is focused on providing a full range of professional services to Chinese companies, assisting with the set up of UK business operations and raising finance in the UK. Our specialist China desk team are well versed in the economic and cultural differences of China and the UK and will ensure you receive high quality advice.
Chinese companies setting up business in the UK
We have particular experience supporting both large and small international companies to establish their business in the UK. The expertise of our China business desk covers:
- audit and assurance;
- capital markets and corporate finance;
- business advisory, including management accounts and payroll;
- budgeting and forecasting;
- implementing a tax effective structure;
- corporate and personal tax; and
- other specialist services such as VAT, financial reporting and turnaround & recovery.
We can also call on the expertise of our 325 UHY International offices that operate in 99 countries across the globe, including China. We have worked cohesively with colleagues from these offices on numerous international assignments such as dual listings and large group audits and can therefore provide multinational services should you require.
Raising capital on the UK stock markets
We can help you in raising capital on the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) or the NEX Exchange to facilitate your expansion and raise your global profile. London is the third largest equities market in the world by value of trading, and its junior markets provide young and growing companies with an ideal environment to access the capital and liquidity of the London Stock Exchange. Our significant experience includes supporting dynamic growth companies across China and the Far East looking to list on the London stock exchanges.
The next step
We have also produced a ‘Doing business’ guide which summarises the key issues you will need to consider when setting up business in the UK, including details on procedural issues, local regulations on foreign investment, and taxation.
For further information about our China business desk and how we can help you, please get in touch using our contact form.