FIRM HISTORY:

Upon realising that the accounting standards in Hong Kong varied from, on the one hand, comparable to those of any major financial centres to, on the other hand, those falling short of acceptable level, Michael C.C. Yam recognised the opportunity for provision of improved accounting and auditing services at a reasonable fee level in Hong Kong. He abandoned his plan of migrating to Canada and, in May, 1975, commenced practice on his own account in Hong Kong. The Firm has grown from 2 employees to approximately 30 since that time, now occupying 4,000 sq. ft. at 9th Floor, China Overseas Building, 139 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, HONG KONG.

Michael C. C. Yam passed away in January, 1997. The three surviving partners have pledged to carry on the tradition of the Firm in the provision of professional services of the highest standard and quality.

ALLAN YU

Allan joined our Firm in 1980 from Price Waterhouse (now PWC) and became a Partner in 1989. He took over as Senior Partner in 1997 after the passing of Mr. Michael Yam. He has extensive experience in servicing clients in courier and air-cargo industries. His main areas of expertise include:

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POLLYANNA CHAN

Pollyanna joined our Firm in 1983 from the London firm of Freeda Milston Cedar Baker and became a Partner in 1989. She has extensive experience in matrimonial cases and international trade financing. Her main areas of expertise include:

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CARL YEH

Carl joined our Firm in 1987 from Peat Marwick (now KPMG) and became a Partner in 1994. He has extensive experience in multinational corporate reporting procedures and the design/review of internal control systems. His main areas of expertise include:

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General Practice

ALLAN YU

Business Law

POLLYANNA CHAN

Mediation

CARL YEH

OUR SERVICES

Business advisory and consulting:

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