The "Asian Regional Corporate Governance and Strategic Audit Training" is jointly founded by CESAR (Singapore), James Cook University Singapore Campus (Australia) and Johnny Cui Law Firm (China); this project is approved by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and is listed on the UN’s official website.
The project aims to provide professional trainings on regional finance, taxation and auditing, regional legal cooperation and coordination, cross-border mergers, acquisitions and investments in the Asian region for corporate professionals such as accounting firms, law firms, and auditor firms. This is an effort to support the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Introduction of the founding members:
1. CESAR (Singapore) is a seasoned strategic audit research institution in Singapore;
2. James Cook University (Australia) is Australia's leading national research university.