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UNDERSTANDING ASIA PACIFIC

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The Asia Pacific region covers a vast area and a multitude of individual economies, each at varying stages of development offering different levels of growth. Investing and doing business in the region requires knowledge of a number of facets that affect each country.

RSM’s long-standing presence in Asia Pacific provides clients with the knowledge to unlock the market’s potential, while helping them to navigate the diverse labour laws, compliance legislations and crossborder challenges. Our deep expertise in investment strategies, corporate set-ups, market intelligence and transfer pricing is essential for those businesses looking to enter the region.

Collaborative leadership drives change: a regional conference round-up

3 August 2017
We have just completed our regional conference season, with gatherings in Seoul, Dubai, Panama City, Malta and finally Johannesburg. Here, RSM International's CEO, Jean Stephens, shares her reflections from the conferences and how the different economic challenges are influencing the work we do with our clients

Doing business in Japan

7 June 2017
The aim of this publication is to provide general information about the social, economic, and legal environments in Japan. Gaining a basic understanding of these environments is essential for success in doing business in Japan. All information is up to date as of April 2016. Users are advised to contact their local RSM member fi rm or any of the contacts listed on page 78 for further detail and updates.

Tax complexity fuels uncertainty, but middle market firms can untangle the mess

22 May 2017
Tax complexity is a challenge that is particularly acute for middle market businesses who lack the scale to invest in large compliance teams, but have the agility to adapt more quickly than large corporates. We spoke to RSM experts in Australia, Brazil, UK, and US to ask how middle market businesses can untangle this mess.

Cyber threat has no borders

15 May 2017
The ransomware cyber-attack that took place in May 2017 was unprecedented in scale and affected more that 230,000 computers in 150 countries. The indiscriminate attack on hospitals and government agencies exploited known vulnerabilities in old systems of Microsoft Windows operating systems. Cyber security now supersedes all technology risks for businesses, and this attack shows many have not yet responded to the threat. Some markets boast sophisticated technology and regulations, while others have restricted access to digital infrastructure. No matter where you look, however, there is one constant. In the arms race between cyber criminals and experts, neither party ever draws far ahead.

RSM NZ to grow China Practice Group

17 March 2017
China is one of New Zealand’s largest trading partners and over recent years New Zealand has experienced a rapid influx of Chinese businesses and individuals seeking investment opportunities.

Be bold for change on International Women’s Day

8 March 2017
International Women’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate how far the world has come in the fight for gender equality but also to reassess our approach.

Doing business in India

15 February 2017
Today, India is the world’s fastest growing economy, the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country with over 1.33 billion people and the world’s largest democracy.

A new chapter in RSM leadership

1 February 2017
RSM New Zealand (Auckland) starts 2017 with a bang, announcing Liz Groenewegen as Managing Partner and welcoming specialist Lisa Murphy as Tax Partner

Indirect Tax Update - January 2017

31 January 2017
Breaking news from the RSM Indirect Tax Group, including updates from the GCC, EU, Netherlands, Hungary and China.

China’s blossoming middle class presents fruitful opportunities for the middle market

2 November 2016
China is home to a thriving community of mega businesses, but it also offers opportunities to foreign middle market companies that are looking to expand their footprint or launch in new markets. As a network we pride ourselves on having the local knowledge our clients need to succeed and a growing number of these clients see their future in China.

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How can we help you? (Asia Pacific)

Regional Office

RSM Asia Pacific
Level 21
55 Collins Street
Melbourne
Vic. 3000

Tel: +61 3 9286 8000
Fax: +61 3 9286 8199

Regional Leader
Neil Hough

Regional Coordinator
Lynnette McGowan

RSM Representation in Asia Pacific:

Australia
Bangladesh
Cambodia
China
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Japan
Malaysia
Myanmar
New Zealand
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
South Korea
Sri Lanka
Taiwan
Thailand
Vietnam