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A business relationship built on trust and respect

Barely two years ago, RSM Ireland had no Chinese client base, but things are very different today, writes Siobhán Maguire

4th November, 2018
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At the RSM Ireland seminar for the China Enterprise Association were: Aidan Byrne, Tax Partner, RSM Ireland, Wei Xu, General Manager, ICBC Leasing, Xiaojie Wang, Director, Bocomm Aviation Leasing and Bing Yi, Deputy CEO, CDB leasing.

What a difference two years make. In 2016, RSM Ireland’s foreign direct investment (FDI) work concentrated on companies based in the US and Europe. Fast forward to 2018, and the company has a thriving Chinese clientele and its own dedicated China Desk team with Chinese speakers.

Aidan Byrne, lead tax partner with RSM Ireland, a leading audit, tax and consulting group, said the influx of Chinese companies to Ireland and an increasing interest in doing...

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