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Kreston strengthens capability further in China with the addition of Jiangmen Hengsheng CPAs Ltd

Press release by Kreston International

Press release by Kreston International - Kreston International, the global network of independent accounting firms, has further increased its coverage in China with the admittance of Jiangmen Hengsheng CPAs Ltd, headquartered in Jiangmen City, the largest in Guangdong Province.


Founded in 2004, and with a resource of 5 Partners and 80 professional and support staff, the firm offers audit, accounting and tax consulting services.

Jon Lisby, Kreston CEO, said: “We are delighted to welcome Jiangmen Hengsheng CPAs into our membership and expand our presence in Guangdong Province. We now have total representation in 24 major cities across China plus a number of branch offices. The admittance is an excellent addition to Kreston China, its Partners helping to contribute to building a positive and collaborative network in the region.”

Managing partner of Jiangmen Hengsheng CPAs, Mr Liang Jian Bang said:“We are honoured to become a member of Kreston International and to add to its representation in Guangdong Province. We look forward to developing trusted, working relationships with our fellow firms in Kreston China and across the global network.”

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