C&A Advisors is a business advisory firm with a well-established presence in China for more than 20 years. It is headquartered in Shanghai and has offices in Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, London and correspondents in Dubai and in Italy.
Our group now employs more than 80 international and Chinese consultants fluent in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and/or Chinese.
C&A is a member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA), an international and independent organization dealing with fiscal matters with a network of IFA Branches located in 68 countries and with more than 12,500 members from 111 countries. C&A is also a member of the "Association de Brecourt", a European network of select accounting firms. IFA and ADB are also located in Italy and France.
C&A Advisors is structured and focused to provide tailored services to our clients, with particular emphasis on professionalism, international and local technical expertise, and responsiveness.
C&A Advisors strives to be a trusted advisor to our clients, specializing in providing tailored accounting, tax, and business solutions that enable our clients to conduct their business efficiently and effectively in Mainland China and Hong Kong.
We excel in providing specific industry insights to our clients, notably in the Fashion, Luxury & Consumer Goods, Retail, Niche Industrial Equipment, Precision Machineries and Medical Equipment, Constructions, Chemical, Pharmaceuticals, Automotive and Software, Media, and Food and Beverage sectors. Our clients are multinational corporations, large companies listed overseas, SMEs, and individuals.
We are agile and responsive, minimizing organizational layers and bureaucracy.
We further tailor our services as we speak languages including English, Chinese, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, and Japanese, all thanks to more than 8 different nationalities among our qualified experts.
While we can still witness how multinationals and SMEs see China as the cornerstone of their growth strategy—perceiving the country as an end market rather than just a low-cost sourcing country—the risk profile of doing business has increased driven by both external and internal factors; from increased labor cost and talent retention issues to the complexity of managing large-scale operations, overcapacity and the increasing regulatory scrutiny in China.
C&A thoroughly supports these multinationals and SMEs as they face the challenges of expanding in China. Our expertise advises them on how to manage and optimize these processes to then in turn receive greater returns for their shareholders.