Emily Xu 許敏


Emily Xu has been an integral part of our team at RSM since 2006. She is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese and leads the China Practice Group at our Albany Office.

Emily is a qualified Chartered Accountant (CA) of New Zealand, she is also a qualified CPA of China and Australia. Emily has more than 20 years of accounting and taxation experience which includes working in government and Multinational organisations. This has given her a sound understanding of the commercial business environment, which she has been able to translate to her varied client base in New Zealand. 

When she moved to New Zealand, Emily joined the RSM accounting practice and was welcomed into our Asian team. Over the years, Emily has been an integral part of its growth and she is responsible for the development of specialised services to migrant and overseas investors. 

Emily enjoys the challenge of being involved in the preparation of project reports for various small and medium sized enterprises and assisting her clients in getting bank finance for their projects.  She specialises in assisting overseas investors and migrants with their accounting and tax planning, with an essential part of this role ensuring that overseas tax requirements are met.  Emily has extensive experience in handling Inland Revenue (IRD) investigations into overseas based clients. 

Emily completed her Bachelor of Economics degree at Chongqing Technology and Business University in China and became a Chinese CPA in 2002.  She also studied at Massey University, completing a Graduate Diploma of Accounting. In 2010 Emily became a Chartered Accountant and she is a Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ), a professional association of Chartered Accountants. 

With her vast experience, Emily is ideally placed to assist overseas investors and migrants with their tax planning and accounting requirements. 

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