KPMG China was awarded the 2010 Hong Kong Tax Firm of the Year and the 2010 China Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year at the International Tax Review's 2010 Asia Tax Awards ceremony in Singapore on 23 November 2010.
The Asia Tax Awards, determined by the International Tax Review's editorial team in consultation with tax executives in the region, recognises the leading law and accounting practices in the region. The awards are given to firms that demonstrate excellence, including innovation and an in-depth ability to deal with complexity and strength in each category.
"I am delighted that KPMG's Hong Kong Tax practice continues to be recognised for consistently delivering exceptional quality of work and we thank the International Tax Review for this prestigious award," said Ayesha Macpherson, Partner in Charge, Tax - Hong Kong SAR, KPMG. "We have a highly talented and motivated team and this award is a strong encouragement for us to continue to do our best to serve our clients"
"This is an excellent achievement that we are all proud of," said Cheng Chi, Head of Hong Kong and China, Global Transfer Pricing Services, KPMG China. "The award recognises our success as a national practice focusing on delivering high value-added solutions that are innovative and client centric."
The International Tax Review is recognised as one of the world's leading publications on international tax, providing international news and updates, surveys and interviews with leading tax directors and officials around the world.
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