LehmanBrown International Accountants Shows its Sporting and Charity Spirit

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LehmanBrown International Accountants showed its strong sporting spirit with participation in the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in China (HKCCC) Annual Sports Day and the British School of Beijing (BSB) Charity Summer Fayre.

LehmanBrown International Accountants showed its strong sporting spirit with participation in the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in China (HKCCC) Annual Sports Day and the British School of Beijing (BSB) Charity Summer Fayre.

Both events form part of LehmanBrown’s commitment to community-enhancing activities and to providing assistance to those in need through the support of recognised charitable organisations.

Russell Brown, Managing Partner, LehmanBrown International Accountants commented:

“It is very important to the company that we participate in community events such as the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce’s Sports Day and the British School of Beijing’s Summer Fayre. Since the company’s founding, LehmanBrown has participated in many community-enhancing events. As a result, we are widely recognised by this dedicated support to charity and to the community both within the community and the company itself.”

Russell Brown further added:

“Employees have an opportunity to personally participate in community events, which they may otherwise not be aware of or have a chance to be involved in. These events genuinely bring people together and are great ways to fundraise. It is also important for professionals, who by nature of their career are in a better position than many less fortunate than themselves, to give back to the community in some way. We at LehmanBrown actively encourage this.”

The BSB Summer Fayre 2010 raised approximately RMB 50 000. Proceeds will go to the British School of Beijing’s two charities, Beijing Zhiguang Special Education and Training School and Yearn to Learn.

In 2010 LehmanBrown International Accountants will be furthering its work through support of the British Charity Ball 2010.

LehmanBrown International Accountants

LehmanBrown is a China-focused accounting, taxation and business advisory firm, combining international expertise with practical China experience and knowledge for both local and international clients.

The company operates through offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin and Hong Kong, which are staffed by a combination of Chinese and expatriate professionals. Staffing is currently around two hundred professionals throughout China, all of whom are English-Mandarin bi-lingual.

LehmanBrown is registered with the PCAOB in the USA. LehmanBrown is also an Accredited Employer and Training Partner of many top global accountancy institutes including the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) and CPA Australia. LehmanBrown was the first ACCA China-wide Approved Platinum Employer.

British of School of Beijing

As the longest established school in Beijing offering a full British curriculum, The British School of Beijing provides a traditional high-value education based on the English National Curriculum and prepares pupils for GCSE and A-Levels. The school's educational approach arises out of the best practices found in British schools around the world, emphasising high academic results and respect for one another. A diverse academic and extra-curricular programme, where students are challenged into high performance in music, arts and sport is provided. As a result, students develop and mature into young adults equipped with the qualifications and skills to enter universities worldwide. The British School of Beijing is at the center of a committed community with parents, teachers, staff and friends of the school dedicated to each child's success.

Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in China

The Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in China is approved by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation and is registered with the Ministry of Civil Affairs. Officially established on 21st April 1993 in Beijing, the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in China was the fifth foreign Chamber of Commerce to be established in China having followed America, France, Italy and Japan. The Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in China is a not-for-profit, business and social facilitating organisation. Since its establishment, the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in China has welcomed hundreds companies and a wide audience of individuals to its events. The Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in China aims to: Promote trade, economic cooperation and cultural exchange between Hong Kong and Mainland China; Strengthen communication with business-relevant bodies and industries; Organise recreational and friendship-building activities; Develop business, economic and cultural relations with other national chambers operating in China.

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