FINEX Infinity is the accounting arm of the FINEX Group. FINEX was first established in Vietnam in 2008 as an human resources (HR) consultancy practice providing HR related services such as payroll, consultancy, recruitment and staff outsourcing services to multinational companies doing business in Vietnam. Today, the practice provides a comprehensive and wide-range of services including advisory, consultancy and outsourcing services under our “one umbrella” concept.
Established in 1976, Fuller Landau LLP is a leading audit, tax and advisory firm located in Ontario, Canada. With offices in Toronto and Hamilton, Fuller Landau provides a full range of audit and tax services to mid-market entrepreneur driven business.
HsinTa CPA Firm was established in 1985, and now consists of 4 partners and over 25 employees. HsinTa specializes in providing business services, including accounting, audit and assurance, tax, advisory, investment, funding, financial planning, and related services in Taiwan and overseas.
Mando was established in early 2018 as a professional firm to assist organizations and companies concentrate more on the execution of activities and programs effectively and efficiently. Mando operates from its office in Yemen located in Sana’a city. Mando provides audit, tax and financial advisory services including risk management services, monitoring and evaluation and survey advisory services to its clients in various fields of business sectors around the country.
Over 45 attendees from 15 TAG Alliances Member Firms gathered in Shanghai, China for the 2018 Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting hosted by Hiways Law Firm (TAGLaw) and LehmanBrown International Accountants (TIAG).
“On behalf of TAG Alliances, I would like to thank our Shanghai members, Hiways Law Firm (TAGLaw) and LehmanBrown International Accountants (TIAG) for hosting an outstanding and memorable Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting from August 16th to the 19th. Over 40 attendees from around the globe participated in an excellent Open Seminar with clients of our Chinese members together with business leaders from the local Chamber of Commerce. During the meeting, attendees discussed opportunities for inbound and outbound investment in China such as the Belt Road Initiative, debated the issues surrounding the US/China trade dispute and how it will impact our members, and shared success stories while enjoying fine cuisine at networking events around Shanghai. I would also like to thank our new Korean members, SEUM Law (TAGLaw) and WOOIN (TIAG), for their hospitality in Seoul. We are pleased with how well you have integrated within the organization and we wish you success and prosperity in the future with us.”