The CELIA Alliance’s expansion continues with the addition of a new member firm, Anssen Consulting Limited, in Hong Kong with effect from 1st June 2016.
The addition of coverage in both Hong Kong and mainland China marks an exciting development for the CELIA Alliance as it now offers a wide range of services catering for the complex employment needs of global employers in Europe, Asia and North America.
Anssen Consulting Limited is a boutique professional services firm specialising in a wide range of tax related services in Hong Kong and China. They combine strong technical knowledge with a comprehensive local network in China and Hong Kong to provide clients with high-quality services when handling their local tax matters as well as their cross-border tax matters. Anssen Consulting Limited is proud to work with clients ranging from public and private companies, to multinational corporations, NGOs, listed companies and Fortune 500 companies based in the US and internationally.
Brian Cheng of Anssen Consulting Limited comments: “We are delighted to join the CELIA Alliance and look forward to working with other members in the network to better serve the needs of our global clients.”
For further information on Anssen Consulting, please visit the firm’s profile here.
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