China Practice 

Our objective is to provide high quality, consistent services to our clients for their business activities related to China, both inbound and outbound.
China Practice KPMG

Long-established service in the local Chinese market


In 1992, KPMG was the first international accounting firm to be granted a joint-venture license in China, and our Hong Kong operations have been established for more than 60 years.


Today, KPMG operates across China, with 13 offices in Beijing, Shenyang, Qingdao, Nanjing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Fuzhou, Xiamen, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Macau and Chengdu. We have around 9,000 professional staff working in China.


How do we assist our clients


With our strong in-house expertise we can help you design and execute your business and strategic plan - irrespective of the geographical location.


Companies that aim to enter or expand into the Chinese market face a wide range of challenges which need to be properly addressed.


We offer a number of services to help address these challenges, and our advice takes many forms: from market entry feasibility studies to investment holding structuring, to tax planning and compliance, to merger and acquisitions as well as post-deal integration advisory, to global supply chain management, to corporate governance.


For Chinese companies which are planning to enter the Danish market or expand their business in Denmark, we also offer a full range of services: advice on the appropriate legal entity and optimum taxation/VAT structure, preparing all legal business documents, handling business registrations, all matters concerning employees including visa, insurance, labour law, etc. We will assist you with the day-to-day management of your bookkeeping, accounting and payroll administration, if needed.



Ole Hedemann

Head of China Practice Denmark


Tel. +45 73 23 32 48 olehedemann@kpmg.dk



Linda Zhou

China Practice Denmark
Senior Manager

Tel. +45 73 23 38 89


Meet our Core Team

Our Core Team consists of six experts within audit, tax and advisory


VAT reforms become a reality in 2012

VAT reforms become a reality in 2012

Publication from KPMG Global about new VAT reforms which will be implemented in China in 2012.