Ernst & Young Global (EY), one of the world's four largest accounting firms, opened three branches in Taiyuan, capital of North China's Shanxi province, on Dec 8.

As one of the world's leading providers of auditing, taxation, strategy, transaction and consulting services, EY Global employs more than 310,000 people in over 150 countries and regions, including more than 22,000 employees in the Greater China region.

EY has many years of experience in serving Shanxi enterprises, and fully understands local policies and the market environment. 

It has provided professional services related to auditing, laws, consulting, overseas mergers and acquisitions for local companies, and has contributed wisdom to Shanxi's State-owned enterprise reform, shareholding system reform, and listing and financing.

The Shanxi branches in Taiyuan will offer high-quality and comprehensive professional services and innovative solutions to enterprises in the province, help transform and upgrade Shanxi's traditional industries, boost strategic emerging industries, and help build Taiyuan into a regional hub with international influence. 

Zhang Xiaoliang, managing partner of EY’s Shanxi branches, said that EY will help Shanxi promote regional coordination and opening-up, and enhance overall competitiveness among cities in the province. 

EY will help Shanxi energy companies transform and build a clean, low-carbon, safe and efficient modern energy system, according to Zhong Li, co-lead partner of the energy resources industry in EY Greater China. 

It will also assist Shanxi enterprises in the comprehensive use of green finance and technology, and promote transformation, upgrading and development.