Technical Advisor - Advisory
Stanley Chang has done extensive internal auditing, risk management, control review/implementation, and corporate governance work for major corporations, national governments and central banks, as well as provincial/state governmental entities and non-profit organizations in China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, South Africa, Taiwan, and the United States. Before joining Marcum BP, he was Global Risk Services Leader for a major accounting firm and before that APAC Life Sciences Leader for a big four accounting firm.
Stanley is currently a Board member of the China Institute of Internal of Internal Auditors (CIIA) and was previously an advisor to Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the China National Audit Office. Internationally, he sat on the Global Board of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) from 1997 and to 2003. He also helped establish the Asian Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditors (ACIIA) and was its first Secretary from 1999 to 2002. Stanley served two terms on the Internal Audit Standards Board, which prescribes the global internal auditing standards.
Stanley has received multiple awards from governments and professional organizations for his accomplishments and services, including the 1999 IIA Chairman's Exceptional Volunteer Citation, the 1999 Fulbright-SyCip Foundations Distinguished Lectureship, the 1997 South Africa Human Science Foundation Fellowship, the 1994 IIA Leon R. Radde Educator of the Year Award and the 1991 Association of Government Accountants National Achiever Award.
|Eric (He) Hu, AICPA
CPA - Assurance
|Eric Hu, a managing director in MarcumBP’s Beijing office, has about 10 years of experience auditing multinational and pre-IPO companies in various industries, including consumer-based
businesses, technology, food and beverage, chemicals and hypermarket companies. Mr. Hu’s work has given him a great
understanding of the SEC-related issues U.S.-listed companies in China must solve in order to reduce risk. Prior to joining
MarcumBP, he was a member of the Assurance & Advisory Business Services Team at Ernst & Young in Beijing.
While serving diverse clients, Mr. Hu strives to understand their businesses, find ways to increase efficiency and reduce risk, and effectively communicate potential enhancements to management. Whether working on IPO audit internal control testing, consolidated financial statements, or business flow analyses, he focuses on providing solid leadership by enhancing collaboration among team members, guiding staff as needed, and managing projects and processes efficiently.
Mr. Hu received a B.A in Economics from the International Economics & Trade School of Economics at Renmin University in Beijing.
|Cindy (Xiaomeng) Yu, CICPA, CIA
CPA - Assurance
|Cindy Yu, a director, has substantial
experience providing accounting, auditing and taxation services for U.S.-listed, multinational and private companies in
various industries, including technology, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, engineering and advertising. Prior to joining
MBP, Ms. Yu was a member of the U.S. GAAP audit team at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.
Ms. Yu has assisted numerous clients with complex capital market transactions, IPOs and accounting and financial reporting matters, including SOX compliance and internal controls, business combinations and M&A due diligence. She has been involved in SOX-404 testing of design, implementation and operating effectiveness for financial reporting at NASDAQ-listed companies, which has afforded her working knowledge of the issues facing SEC registrants. Ms. Yu has worked on audit engagements for pre-IPO U.S. companies, evaluating revenue recognition and amortization methods.Ms. Yu received a B.A. in Economics from the International Economics and Trade Beijing Foreign Studies University.
|Aiwei Xiao, AICPA, CICPA, CIA
CPA - Assurance
|Aiwei Xiao, a director, focuses on
providing audits, internal control testing and due diligence for U.S.-listed companies by applying her eight years of auditing
and other assurance practice experience. She has completed due diligence and provided M&A financial consulting for
companies in industries including high-tech, manufactory, real estate, food and beverage and chemical. Prior to joining
MarcumBP, she was an assistant manager in the Audit department of KPMG’s Beijing office.
Ms. Xiao has supervised various annual and IPO audits of P.R. China-listed manufactory and energy companies, managed procurement and costing circles and financial reporting, and assessed entity level and internal controls for various clients. Whether reviewing audit work, auditing statutory and analytical review reports, or examining various transactions, her goal is always to identify risks, suggest improvements to processes, and arrive at solutions.
Ms. Xiao received an M.A. in Accounting from Central University of Finance and Economics in Beijing and a B.A. in Accounting from Southwest University in Chongqing.