Deloitte CIS Chinese Services Group
Our CIS Chinese Services Group specialists are part of the global Deloitte Chinese Services Group. This enables us to exchange information and experience with our colleagues, not only in China, but also in other countries where Chinese businesses invest.
We understand the demands of our clients that invest in Russia and other CIS countries or are in the process of expanding their business in this region, and at the same time we take the specifics of Chinese business into consideration.
In particular, in order to successfully develop and support business in Russia and the CIS, we provide the following services to our Chinese clients:
- Market analysis, development of a market entry strategy, selection of an appropriate region for the construction of manufacturing facilities or registration of a joint venture;
- Financial, legal and tax due diligence of potential investees and assistance with mergers and acquisitions, including structuring such transactions in terms of tax and legal feasibility;
- Forensic services with regard to Russian potential partners or investees;
- Assistance in negotiations with regional and local authorities on the terms and conditions of investments, including tax incentives and other preferences;
- Analysis of specific transactions/agreements with regard to their tax and legal risks;
- Keeping accounting records, preparation of accounting statements and tax returns, or, if a company has its own specialists in this field, reviewing these documents to ensure their accuracy and timely submission to the tax authorities.
Our specialists are ready to help you if you need our assistance when entering the Russian and CIS markets or expanding your business in the region.
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Almaty - Beijing, 22 October 2018. Deloitte, jointly with Kazakh Invest National Company, hosted a seminar dedicated to developing Kazakhstan’s investment climate in Beijing, China, as part of the “One Belt - One Road” initiative. The objective of the event, held on 22 October 2018, was to boost cooperation across the largest economy sectors of Kazakhstan and China as well as in the sphere of innovation.
Dina Tasbulatova, a partner and general director of Deloitte TCF LLP said, “We believe that this event, organized jointly by Kazakh Invest and Deloitte, will boost Kazakhstan-China relations and promote investment in both countries.”
TMT event in Shenzhen
On 29th of March 2018 in Shenzhen, our specialists from Deloitte China and Deloitte CIS held a round table on Chinese and Russian business collaboration in the field of high technology.
The participants identified top priority areas for cooperation and project development including cybersecurity and software development for image and voice recognition, biometric systems, and B2B cloud platforms.
Damir Khusainov, Director of Audit & Assurance, and Alexander Krylov, Head of the Russia & CIS department in China, who also spoke about the in-depth knowledge and ability of Deloitte CIS to support Russian-Chinese projects, provided a useful agenda and convenient platform for communication and an exchange of opinions within the event.
Moscow - Beijing, 26 January 2018. This is the fourth time in a row that Deloitte held its annual event which has already become the key professional networking platform for investors and businesses. In the last two years, the participants discussed projects that could be implemented as part of the One Belt, One Road initiative.
This year, the agenda included various projects from the most interesting and relevant business areas that could be attractive for strategic investors, including infrastructure, construction, energy & resources and logistics. Overall, there were 11 projects from two Central Asian countries (Kazakhstan and Mongolia) and from Russia. The projects ranged from USD 50 mln to USD 10 billion.
Deloitte in cooperation with the Russian Embassy and the Trade Mission of the Russian Federation in China held the third round of the Investment Roadshow for participants from Russian regions
Moscow—Beijing, 15 February 2017. On 15 February 2017, Deloitte CIS held the third roadshow in Beijing to present the investment projects of Russian regions. The total investments under the projects amounted to USD 8 billion.
The event was aimed at developing Russian-Chinese investment cooperation in the largest sectors of the economy. This year the participants considered agricultural and infrastructure projects that could be implemented as part of the transportation corridor of the One Belt–One Way initiative.
Deloitte held a second round of the investment roadshow for representatives of Russian regions with the support of the Russian Trade Representation in China
27 November 2015 – Moscow, Beijing. Deloitte CIS organised a second round of the roadshow presenting Russian regional investment projects, which took place from 23 to 27 November 2015 in the cities of Chengdu, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. The total value of the projects presented was over USD 5 billion.
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