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Kudos International Network continues to grow as JCH CPA Hong Kong join

Press release by Kudos International

Press release by Kudos International - JCH CPA are based in Hong Kong and are the newest members to join Kudos International Network of accounting practices. Established by Jimmy Cheung in 2002 (who also spent 11 years with PriceWaterhouse Coopers), JCH CPA provide a range of audit and assurance services to companies and limited corporations in Hong Kong as well as other overseas countries.

Kudos International Network has members across the globe from the UK to Trinidad, Malaysia and beyond. The network was set up in 2012 by Alun Morgan and Michael Scott and has grown quickly, expanding to more than 20 member firms in the last 4 years. Network members go through a rigorous process before they are accepted as members and then are constantly monitored during their membership. Members are kept up to date with current international standards so they can offer their clients the highest quality service. They have unlimited access to an extensive range of technical advice, audit and assurance programmes and access to specialists globally.

On visiting Hong Kong to accept JCH as members of Kudos, Michael Scott said "We have spent some time identifying the right firm to represent Kudos in Hong Kong. We are delighted to accept such a prestigious and experienced local firm into the network".

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