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Co-Managing Partner Drew Bernstein discusses auditing in China with Accounting Today
Co-Managing Partner Drew Bernstein discusses the challenges of auditing abroad with Accounting Today

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Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk LLP is a top-ranked provider of SEC audit, accounting, and consulting services to Chinese companies listed in the U.S. capital markets. We provide financial due diligence and forensic accounting services for overseas investors and companies seeking to invest in China. And we offer comprehensive services to Chinese companies and individuals for overseas expansion, including M&A, global tax, capital verification, financial due diligence, real estate, and EB-5 investment services.

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Our approach to providing assurance services is to utilize the knowledge, training and experience of our professionals to conduct an efficient and effective engagement.
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Our teams of asset managers, operational consultants, forensic experts and accountants are appropriately sized and staffed to meet the necessities of the specific engagement.
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We are professionals who have been involved in accounting and business advisory needs with numerous complex transactions at the local, national and international levels.

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Co-Managing Partner Drew Bernstein discusses auditing in China with Accounting Today

MEDIA | April 21, 2016

Drew Bernstein of Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk discusses the challenges and benefits of auditing companies in China in this video.

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Co-Managing Partner Drew Bernstein discusses the challenges of auditing abroad with Accounting Today

MEDIA | April 18, 2016

Drew Bernstein of Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk explains the challenges of auditing in emerging markets like China.

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China Daily USA quoted Co-Managing Partner Drew Bernstein in a front page article about the US bankruptcy filing of a Chinese coal company.

MEDIA | April 11, 2016

A Chinese coal company’s use of US bankruptcy law is a positive development that may encourage other mainland firms to use a similar approach, according to one observer.

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