2016 Deloitte Tax Championship
Case study competition: regional competitions
The Result of Regional Competitions
The regional case study competitions of 2016 Deloitte Tax Championship were concluded successfully in Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Dalian, Wuhan, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Taipei on 27th August. The 13 regional finalist teams to compete in the national case study competition in Guangzhou are as below:
- Guangdong University of Finance & Economics
- Shanghai University of Finance & Economics
- Sun Yat-sen University
- Zhongnan University of Economics & Law
- Renmin University of China
- Jiangxi University of Finance & Economics
- Jilin University of Finance and Economics
- Huazhong University of Science & Technology
- Southwestern University of Finance & Economics
- National Chengchi University
- National Taiwan University
- Lingnan University
- The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Congratulations to the above 13 finalist teams! We also appreciate the continuous support from all of the participating schools!
Participating Teams List
There are 66 top universities in 31 cities of the Greater China Region to join the case study competition this year. Below is the list of the participating teams (listed in alphabetical order):
From the Chinese Mainland:
From Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan:
Regional competitions rundown
All participating teams are divided into five groups. Teams from the Chinese Mainland are divided into Groups 1 to 3 by a draw held on August 26th, while teams from the Hong Kong SAR and the Macau SAR are in Group 4 and Taiwan in Group 5.
The group competitions are held in different Chinese cities on the same day (August 27th). Shanghai Deloitte Tax Ltd. and Deloitte Tax Research Foundation sponsor the travelling and accommodation expenses of participating teams travelling from locations outside the respective hosting cities.
The case study session is held in the morning. After a briefing, members of each team gather in an assigned room, discuss the simulated business case provided online and draft an executive summary of their solutions. Each team has to submit their executive summary online at the end of the morning session. In the afternoon, all teams need to take an online tax knowledge related quiz.
A panel of judges determines the winning teams of each group; the results will be announced within one week.