KPMG International was the first foreign firm to be granted a joint venture license in China. That was over 60 years ago, and, since then, we in Canada have developed a deep understanding of the Chinese business environment and established a strong working relationship with our over 9,500 professional counterparts in 12 offices in China and Hong Kong.
KPMG’s China Business practice in Canada is focused on helping Chinese companies invest, access capital, or go public in Canada, and support Canadian companies entering, as well as sourcing or investing in, China. Also, our involvement with several Canada-China cultural associations, including our strong relationship with the Canada-China Business Council, enhances our understanding of the market and the challenges related to entering and doing business in the country, and helps provide value to our clients.
KPMG professionals provide the cultural and business link between Canada and China. Our local knowledge and multi-lingual professionals help clients anticipate, understand, and manage the many commercial and country-specific challenges facing them. We listen to our clients and focus on the issues that really matter.
Our services and value proposition include:
- Assistance with going public in Canada
- Market entry strategy development and execution
- Investment opportunity identification and analysis
- Transaction negotiation through to deal completion
- Commercial and financial due diligence
- Taxation structuring and advisory
- Global mobility
- A broad range of Audit, Tax, and other Advisory services.
Our “one-team” approach means we work closely with KPMG in China to quickly establish multi-disciplinary teams that provide quality service and accountability through one central point of contact.
The result? You get a powerful service offering that helps you plan and execute your strategy; understand and manage risk; and realize value in an increasingly dynamic, complex, and competitive environment.
For more information, contact Willy Kruh, National Leader, High Growth Markets, or Alfred Lau, China Business Practice Leader.