Asian Business

At Hayes Knight we always endeavour to speak your language - no matter which part of the world you come from.

New Zealand business made simple

If you are currently based in Asia and looking to do business in New Zealand or are already here but would like to engage someone who speaks Mandarin, Cantonese, Thai or Malay then we can help you. We have team members experienced in Asian business to help you understand the New Zealand environment and taxation requirements. We can also introduce you to other professionals such as bankers and lawyers from specialised Asian business units.

Asian Business Services

Here are some of the Asian Business services Hayes Knight clients can access:

Accountants that a speak range of Asian languages

New Zealand business establishment

Business structuring and incorporation

Assistance with taxation and IRD compliance

Establish accounting systems

 

Business consulting

 

Associated offices in Asia-Pacific region

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Accounting Software

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