Kreston Reeves joins China-Britain Business Council

Accountants, business and financial advisers Kreston Reeves has today announced that it has joined the China-Britain Business Council.

The China-Britain Business Council helps British and Chinese companies and organisations work together to grow and develop their businesses. Its 1,000-strong membership includes some of the UK's largest and most established companies, dynamic and innovative SMEs, together with leading Chinese companies.

Jack Clipsham, Corporate Finance Partner at Kreston Reeves, who has been involved with China since floating the first Chinese business on AiM in 2004 said: "Despite recently imposed government controls over China outbound investment, there are still significant opportunities for Chinese businesses to investment in the UK and Europe. And with China's 'Belt and Road' initiative there are equally opportunities to be found there by UK and European businesses.

"We are excited that through our membership of the China-Britain Business Council we can further promote inbound and outbound opportunities to our clients, and we look forward to strengthening existing and building new relationships."

Kreston Reeves helps UK businesses expand internationally and overseas businesses enter and grow in the UK through its advisory services, introductions to contacts, and its range of specialist corporate support options. 

The firm is a member of Kreston International, enabling its clients to access support in over 120 countries around the world.


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