Houston-based MaloneBailey (FY23 net revenue of $27.7 million) has announced that it is expanding into Japan by opening its fourth office in Tokyo to serve Japan-based companies that are listed on the various stock exchanges in the United States.
MaloneBailey’s team of auditors in its Tokyo, Beijing and Shenzhen, China, offices focus on the delivery of audit services to SEC registrants. The firm’s practice in Japan serves clients in a variety of industries including software, medical, gaming and more.
“This expansion is part of our plan to strengthen our position as a market leader in Asia serving publicly traded companies listed on Nasdaq and other U.S. stock exchanges,” said George Qin, partner at MaloneBailey. “We believe our Tokyo office establishes a significant presence for MaloneBailey in Japan, allowing us to better serve our clients and providing a platform to expand our reach deeper into the practice area taking Japanese companies public in the U.S. through IPO and De-SPAC transactions,” Qin added.