Zhen Hui Certified Public Accountants
Found in 1987
A registered firm of Hong Kong Institute of Certified
A member’s firm of The Institute of
Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (United
A registered firm of Public Company Accounting
Oversight Board, United
States of America
A registered licence holder of Temporary Practising
Firm in China.
Institute of Certified Public Accountants
by the Professional Accountants Ordinances (Chapter 50 of the Laws
of Hong Kong) on 1 January 1973, the Hong Kong Institute of
Certified Public Accountants is the only statutory
licensing body of accountants in Hong Kong responsible for
regulation of the accountancy profession
Zhen Hui CPA is established since August 1987 (Firm
no: 0380).. There are 1561 certified public
accounting firm in Hong Kong (as at October 2010).
of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales
are a registered firm of the Institute of
Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (United Kingdom).
The Institute was incorporated by
Royal Charter in May 1880 following the coming
together of six local societies of accountants in
London, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield.
The Institute is the UK’s premier accountancy body,
and the largest in Europe, with over 124,000
members working in business and public practice
in 142 different countries. Over 15,000 members live
and work outside the UK. The Institute also has some
The Institute's qualification is recognised around
the world as a prestigious professional business
qualification. Members of the Institute are entitled
to the description Chartered Accountant.
Public Company Accounting
We are a PCAOB
registered audit firm in Hong Kong which enables
us to carry out auditing works for US listed
The PCAOB (United States) is a non profit
by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (US) and
established by the US Congress to oversee the audits
of US public companies in order to protect the
interests of investors and further the public
interest in the preparation of informative, accurate
and independent audit reports.
102 of the Sarbanes-Oxley
Act of 2002 (SOX) prohibits accounting firms that are not
registered with the Board from preparing or issuing audit
reports on U.S. public companies and from participating in such
audits. Section 106(a) of the Act provides that any non-U.S.
public accounting firm that prepares or furnishes an audit
report with respect to any U.S. public company is subject to the
Board's rules to the same extent as a U.S. public accounting
firm. Section 106(a) further authorizes the Board to require
that non-U.S. public accounting firms that do not issue such
reports, but that play a substantial role in the preparation of
the audit reports, register.
In addition to financial auditing services, our team of
professional staff could also advise on how to strengthen your
internal control system to meet the strict requirements of
Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX404) and hence, improve your efficiency and effectiveness of