Malonebailey’ Managing Partner Visit Zhongyin Law Firm to Business Exchange
On September 15th, 2017, George Qin,
managing partner of Malonebailey, and Zhou Jiawen came to our firm, our senior
partners Liu Xiaoyu and Zhang Huawei, paid a warm welcome. This exchange
meeting aims to share business experience and work discussions to promote
cooperation between the two parties.
George Qin explained Marlonbailey's business
areas and performance levels, and analyzed its business capabilities based on
specific cases. George Qin said that lawyers and accountants are complementary,
hoping to have opportunities to work with Zhongyin Law Firm.
Lawyer Liu Xiaoyu mainly described our firm’s
development course and his own business areas. At the same time, he pointed
out: the implementation of the "Belt and Road Initiative" has brought
about tremendous economic needs, firms must closely follow the political trends
and expand their businesses in the context of the country.
Lawyer Zhang Huawei gave a brief introduction
of her practice area and talked about the prospect of the accounting firm in
this area with the participants.
The participating parties discussed the
differences and gaps between central enterprises, state-owned enterprises,
private-owned enterprises and private-owned enterprises and shared their views
on the development direction of law firms and accounting firms. At the end of
the meeting, both sides said they looked forward to further exchanges and
cooperation in the future.
Malonebailey has offices in Houston, China,
Beijing and Shenzhen. The firm aims to provide audit and advisory services to
small and medium-sized US-listed companies. With more than 200 clients listed
in the United States, it is one of the ten accounting firms to undergo an
annual inspection of the PCAOB (American Public Company Accounting Oversight
The main business of Malonebailey include: 1.
Chinese companies establish overseas subsidiaries in the United States or M
& A in the United States; 2. IPO and auditing of Chinese companies listed
on NASDAQ in the United States; 3. U.S. companies set up subsidiaries in China
or provide accounting advice and report translation between China and US
accounting standards for Chinese affiliates and U.S. parent companies.