A delegation from the Isle of Man has recently returned from China where they visited Moore Stephens Da Hua, the newest member of the Moore Stephens network. Tim Shallcross, David Robinson and Simon Ford-Robinson visited five of their key offices; Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Shenzhen and Xi’an. They also visited Hong Kong which enabled them to meet with the local firm there as well as develop opportunities with potential business partners.
The trip was an opportunity to welcome Da Hua into the Moore Stephens network as well as introduce the services of the Isle of Man office and promote the Isle of Man as an offshore jurisdiction of choice.
“The potential in China is awe inspiring,” said Tim Shallcross, marketing supervisor in Moore Stephens. “Meeting with our Chinese family was both educational and auspicious and I’m sure both Moore Stephens and the Isle of Man will benefit from the visit. I’m very much looking forward to developing our meetings further in the coming months.”
Moore Stephens Da Hua joined the Moore Stephens International Network in September 2013. With 25 offices and 3,800 partners and staff they are ranked one of the top 10 largest accountancy firms in China.
“Business in China for Manx firms is developing at an exponential rate,” said Clive Dixon, managing partner of Moore Stephens. “It’s exciting to have a substantial and recognised Moore Stephens presence in China; I’m looking forward to growing this important relationship.”
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