We offer a wide range of interrelated services to both domestic and international clients.

Our business principally consists of auditing Chinese companies that are publicly traded on U.S. exchanges and U.S. companies with operations in China. We also perform due diligence for investors and companies looking to invest in China and assist Chinese investors to make investments here in the U.S.

SEC Audits for Chinese Issuers

Marcum BP is a top-ranked SEC auditor for Chinese companies that are listed on the U.S. stock markets or seeking to access the U.S. capital markets. Our fully integrated client service model for China audits includes a team of senior level, bilingual audit professionals who are highly trained in SEC and PCAOB accounting principles and audit standards, but also well versed in the realities of how business is actually done in China.

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China Financial Due Diligence

Marcum BP provides in-depth China financial due diligence services for both financial and strategic investors evaluating making an investment in assets based in the PRC. We also assist clients to evaluate potential Chinese partners in the context of deals including acquisitions, asset sales, joint ventures, licensing agreements, and bankruptcy proceedings.

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Cross-Border M&A and Expansion

Marcum BP provides a comprehensive set of services to support M&A transactions and organic growth by Chinese companies and individuals seeking to penetrate new markets, diversify their assets internationally, and make strategic acquisitions overseas.

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EB-5 Advisory Services

Marcum BP provides comprehensive support to Chinese citizens participating in the EB-5 investor program, including source of funds verification, tax planning and filing services, financial due diligence, and business and succession advisory services.

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Bankruptcy and Liquidation

Marcum BP provides accounting and consulting services for Chinese companies who are involved in the U.S. Chapter 11 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy process, whether as a creditor to a bankrupt U.S. entity, acquirer of distressed assets, or operating a U.S. subsidiary that is undergoing Chapter 11 reorganization.

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