Find out more about our qualifications, what we do for our members in Greater China, and how you can join us.
The region has offices in Bejing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Our office in Shanghai opened in 2014, following the Hong Kong office (established in 2007) and Bejing (2006).
ICAEW’s Bejing office was opened following the signing of the MoU with the Chinese Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CICPA). The MoU saw the launch of a joint ICAEW/CICPA ACA training programme enabling qualified Chinese CPAs to gain the internationally recognised ACA.
The joint programme is fully supported by CICPA who reimburse half of the ACA training cost to any practicing Chinese CPAs if they pass all ACA exams and become an ICAEW member. Since its launch, more than 400 Chinese CPAs have joined the programme to become ICAEW students. Our Bejing office is committed to supporting students currently on the programme, as well as promoting the many benefits of joining ICAEW to potential students.
Our office in Hong Kong focuses on raising the Institute’s profile, organising members’ events, dealing with members’ enquires and recruiting new members. In 2004 Membership and Cooperation Agreement was between ICAEW and HKICPA, enabling members of HKICPA who meet certain criteria to join ICAEW.
We work closely with HKICPA to organise joint members’ events and explore potential opportunities and initiatives which could deliver benefits to our members.
Wu Chung House
213 Queen's Road East
WANCHAI, Hong Kong
T: +852 2287 7277
Andie Wang (Ms), Regional Director, Greater China
Kim Lee, Director,Hong Kong and South China
+852 5282 9889
Dimitrios Perdikoulis, Member Relations Manager
Room 1103, Tower C1, Oriental Plaza
1 East Chang An Avenue
Beijing 100738 , China
T: +86 10 8518 8622
F: +86 10 8518 7980
Julia Jin, Senior Manager, Business Development
Ivy Wang, Marketing and Business Development Manager
Vivian Yu, Office Manager
Room Hong Kong, 12F, Platinum
No. 233 Taicang Road,
Shanghai 200020, China
T: +86 21 3100 7900
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