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UNDERSTANDING ASIA PACIFIC

Access the purchasing power house

The economy of Asia and the Pacific covers a huge variety of individual economies, all at varying stages of maturity and with different levels of growth. Overall, the outlook is positive, fuelled by exceptional rises in consumer demand. 

For decades, RSM has supported businesses in the region to prosper and navigate the ever-changing labour laws, cross-border arrangements and compliance legislation.

We are experiencing high demand from medium-sized businesses for a full range of services, with a special focus on investment, corporate set-ups, repatriation of profits, market intelligence and transfer pricing.
When you work with RSM, we will provide one senior individual who will manage your entire investment relationship, whether your interests are in China, Singapore or New Zealand. 

Our people are steeped in their local cultures and traditions, as well as local rules and regulations. This enables us to put together a multilingual team who can bridge the gap between Eastern and Western ways of doing business, and help you capitalise on the huge potential of the region.

Transfer Pricing News - Malaysia: Disclosure requirement in Income Tax return

14 July 2014
A new item has been included in the Income Tax Return for the Year of Assessment 2014 which requires the taxpayer to indicate whether transfer pricing documentation has been prepared by the taxpayer for the relevant year of assessment.

Transfer Pricing News - Australia: Revenue Authorities serious about driving down SME compliance work?

14 July 2014
Following the recent release of draft rulings and practice statements by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) relating to the new transfer pricing legislation in Australia, the ATO recently invited comment from respected practitioners across the country to discuss practical, simplified and pragmatic measures for taxpayers in order to adequately, yet cost-effectivel

Indonesia: the wind blows hot and cold

24 June 2014
When Jim O’Neill coined the term ‘MINT’ for the economies of Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey, he stated that Indonesia, due to be ranked as the seventh largest GDP globally by 2050, had the potential to be “more compelling than Russia”, principally because of its growing population of young workers.

Transfer Pricing News - Australia: Transfer Pricing Guidance Package

23 June 2014
On 16 April 2014, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) published its Transfer Pricing Guidance Package. It contains two draft taxation rulings and two draft transfer pricing statements. These documents are intended to provide guidance for the application of the new transfer pricing legislation that entered into force in July 2013.

China is tougher but remains a huge opportunity for growth

30 January 2014
Much of the debate at Davos last week focused on  how multinationals should rebuild their growth strategies in response to the varying economic dynamics and rates of development experienced across the globe.

RSM World Day Newspaper 2013

5 October 2013
Read all about the RSM World Day social and charitable activities from over 70 countries around the globe.  

Malaysia and the pace of change

17 May 2013
I have recently returned from Kuala Lumpur, having attended the RSM Asia Pacific conference, where over 160 RSM leaders from across the region and other key markets came together to discuss client service and the growth and development of the RSM network.

Update from Seoul - locals report 'business as usual'

12 April 2013
I am writing from Seoul, at the close of a successful visit to our member firms in Japan and here in South Korea. Initially I assumed my timing could have been better, given the tension in the region this week, but being on the ground here at this time has been a fascinating experience.

A Promising New Year for RSM China

8 February 2013
Chinese New Year is upon us, which is the perfect opportunity to take a closer look at one of the most dynamic markets in the world today, in spite of the turbulent global economy.

RSM World Day 2012

5 October 2012
One day, one focus, one network. On 20 September 2012, RSM brought together its accounting network of 32,000 colleagues across 700 offices in 94 countries as part of RSM World Day. It was a celebration of the growth and success of RSM and it was an opportunity to showcase the capabilities and expertise of the intergrated network, around the world.

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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