Our Services

Corporate Consultancy Service

Corporate Consultancy Service

Companies need to adapt today’s market dynamics and continue to compete and grow no matter of the business environment and competitions.

May it be managing the daily operations, reviewing business agreement, exploring possibilities of a new business opportunity, company expansion, or company restructuring, the managements need to face the challenge every day and make the right decisions to be beneficial to the company. It is important to have the management align around well-defined goals and a clear strategy.

Our professional service

Our professional team brings together a full range of functional and industry skills to help you in different environments. We always try to understand our clients’ needs on priority to provide the relevant and best professional advice based on independent and challenging insights, supported by facts and industry benchmarks. We provide our clients with experience with regard to corporate structuring, incorporation, capital raising, share allotment and transfer, reorganization, IPO, M&A, deregistration, and liquidation in HK.


Prior to forming a company, shareholders need to consider optimal corporate structure, constitute directors and management, organize functions to achieve the goals of a company. Corporate structure is a system that outlines how certain activities are directed for the best performance. These activities can include rules, roles, and responsibilities. The organizational structure also determines how information flows between levels within the company.

Reorganization can be considered in varied forms like entities / subsidiaries integration, shares transfer caused by merger and acquisition, capital restructuring and shareholders and/ or directors change subject to Hong Kong Companies Ordinance and stamp duty for the purpose of of IPO, M&A, tax planning, and higher performance.


An initial public offering (IPO) refers to the process of offering shares of a private corporation to the public in a new stock issuance. An IPO allows a company to raise capital from public investors. The transition from a private to a public company can be an important time for private investors to fully realize gains from their investment as it typically includes a share premium for current private investors. Meanwhile, it also allows public investors to participate in the offering.

Capital Raising

Hong Kong has been recognised as the world's leading capital raising centre. As an internationally recognized financial centre with expertise and a well-established legal framework, Hong Kong has provided many international companies with fund raising opportunities and ranked the 3rd and 1st in terms of funds raised through IPOs in 2017 and 2018.

Hong Kong is the key platform for Mainland China’s trading with the rest of the world. It is widely recognized as a gateway for companies to access the China market and the springboard for Chinese enterprises to gain exposure to international markets.

Strategies for raising capital can range from crowdfunding, venture capital, banks, other financial institutions, and angel investors. Companies in Hong Kong may raise capital by issuing shares, right issue. private placing, public placing, ‘offer’ by the company to its shareholders, and/or issuing debentures including debenture stock, bonds and other securities of companies which evidence indebtedness or a loan from external creditors.


A merger requires two companies to consolidate into a new entity with a new ownership and management structure (ostensibly with members of each firm). The more common distinction to differentiating a deal is whether the purchase is friendly (merger) or hostile (acquisition). Mergers require no cash to complete but dilute each company's individual power.

In an acquisition, a new company does not emerge. Instead, the smaller company is often consumed and ceases to exist with its assets becoming part of the larger company. Acquisitions, sometimes called takeovers, generally carry a more negative connotation than mergers. As a result, acquiring companies may refer to an acquisition as a merger even though it's clearly a takeover. An acquisition takes place when one company takes over all of the operational management decisions of another company. Acquisitions require large amounts of cash, but the buyer's power is absolute.