RSM Taiwan


RSM Global : Working for Taiwan's Economic Prospects


RSM Global is a network of audit, tax and consulting experts with 760 offices in 120 countries. The logo has special meaning with the gray signifying relationships based on a solid, reliable foundation; the green representing a positive, ideal driven approach; and the blue symbolizing forward movement and the attainment of future. 

RSM Global takes a client-centric approach that’s based on a deep understanding of clients’ business so as to respond with the right expertise and insights at the right time. Although the “fourth industrial revolution” predicts that robots will take over jobs of white collar, MS. Jean Stephens, the CEO of RSM Global said: RSM’s core beliefs coupled with the client need for collaboration, ideas and insights, and understanding should make it impossible for a machine to take our role. This is the Power of Being Understood. 

RSM Taiwan hosts RSM Asia Pacific Conference in Taipei during May 3 – 6. In addition to professional training, technical seminar, and discussion on development strategies planned by RSM Global, RSM Taiwan held a seminar of emerging tax issues on e-Commerce on May 3 and a Party for celebrating its 66th Anniversary on May 5. 

The seminar focused on the analysis of the trend and effect of e-Commerce on medium and small business of Taiwan. It indicated how the business can cope with challenges and gain advantages of e-Commerce. The e-Commerce might increase competition strength for business that is flexible on reaction but lack of resources. The tax authorities also presented the emerging tax challenges faced by the government including current related tax regulations, potential tax erosion and the influence on government finance.   

More than 350 guests joined the celebration including Ms. Tsai, the President elect, RSM colleagues, as well as clients, partners and staff of RSM Taiwan. The activities have successfully connected Taiwan entrepreneurs with experts on accounting, tax, and advisory to explore potential business opportunities around the world and accelerate the recovery of Taiwan Economy. 

President-elect Tsai Ing-wen, center, has a group photo at the dinner party of RSM Asia Pacific Conference, at which she deliverd a speech, with members of the organizing committee. Present are, left to right, RSM Taiwan partner Viloet Wu, chairman Hsin-fu tsai, president-elect Tsai Ing-wen, RSM Global CEO Jean Stephens, and RSM Taiwan managing partner Joanne Kuo.

RSM Taiwan celebrates its 66th Anniversary on May 5.


How can we help you?

Contact us by phone 886 (2) 7735 9288 or submit your questions, comments, or proposal requests.

Email us