Walker Wayland Advantage supports Melbourne Chinese Big 4 Alumni

Walker Wayland Advantage Partner Paul Marini was the guest speaker at the inaugural dinner for the Melbourne Chapter of the Chinese Big Four Alumni.

The group was originally established in Guangzhou, China in 2016. It now has chapters thorough China and South East Asia, Canada, the United States and Australia.

The Alumni are to be found in the private and professional sectors as CFOs, CEOs, executives of accounting firms, investment bankers and business owners

The Melbourne Chapter was formed in November 2017 and Nancy Lau of Walker Wayland Advantage (“WWA”) is one of the six founding members.

The Chapter organised its first dinner activity to celebrate the Chinese New Year at Shark Fin House on 16 March 2018 and Walker Wayland Advantage is one of the event’s main sponsors.

Walker Wayland Advantage was represented by Paul, Nancy Lau, Qiushi Xin and Cindy Hao. Other supporting attendees include representative from Bendigo Bank, CPA Australia, Melbourne Chinese Lions Club, Springvale Asian Business Association and Sing Tao Daily Chinese Newspaper. Future activities will be organised for its members to provide members opportunities to communicate and exchange business ideas with others who work at different industries.

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