The China Practice can open the door for Chinese clients and prospects to a European and global network in numerous business sectors and industries.
The China Practice can open the door for Chinese clients to a European and global network.
KPMG’s China Practice in Belgium is a multidisciplinary group of senior professionals dedicated to providing quality advice and services to Chinese businesses that are doing business in Europe or plan to invest in Europe, and to European companies that want to enter or further expand into the Chinese market.
Working closely with KPMG China and KPMG International, the Belgian China Practice bundles in-depth technical and industry knowledge and serves as the first point of contact for clients doing business in the global marketplace. The professionals working for the China Practice have established strong working relationships with both Chinese and European authorities on local, national and transnational levels.
How KPMG can help
The China Practice is your central contact. It can open the door for Chinese clients and prospects to a European and global network of opportunities, technical specialists and experts in numerous business sectors and industries. Our professionals can help these enterprising companies better understand and work through the complexities of building a European business base. We can provide a broad spectrum of multidisciplinary professional services to you, the Chinese entrepreneurs, as you enter this highly developed and prosperous market. The China Practice in Belgium also helps European organizations create opportunities in China by clarifying the business landscape in this vast and diverse country. This includes key business issues, such as regulations, competition, risks and trends.
The Belgian China Practice looks forward to helping you with, amongst others, the following services:
The Belgian practice is part of the Global China Practice of the KPMG network. This network extends across all KPMG’s leading practices and the countries that are major sources of investment in China and/or beneficiaries of Chinese investment and can provide a strategic focus on locations that qualify as sites that encourage inbound and outbound investments related to China.
Jorn De Neve