Market leader
Since 2016
Recognized for
compliant practices
Focus expertise
on SMEs

About Us

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About PCA

How we got here

  In 2016, PCA Company Services all started from a group of professionals who dare to believe that a consulting firm could offer business advisory and legal advice of high quality without omitting the human aspects. We aim to help and assist our Clients with the commitment and the dedication that is necessary to bring a venture to success. The whole business model is based on helping business owners finding the way to success in a legal and compliant way. This is how understand the terms “Business Partner”. Since 2016, we have become a reference within the SMEs for our work and dedication, our Clients love when the job is done carefully and diligently. Our network of Clients, Suppliers and Partners counts over 250 parties, daily accelerating and contributing to the growth of each other.

Founder & PCA Group CEO

PCA's Skills

PCA offers a wide range of outsourcing services to support business at any stage of their development. Our experience is crossed industries and we serve naturally all sizes of businesses.
Practice Areas90%
Happy Clients99%
Ethics & Integrity100%

The best service, no compromise.

PCA Company Services is the most trusted and most reliable Partner in Vietnam when it comes to market entry, business consulting, corporate secretary services (company incorporation, legal, compliance, wage portage, nominee services, …), tax & accounting and payroll management services. We assist local Clients and international businesses in a competitive environment. PCA Company Services acts as a business facilitator, we enable individuals, groups and organizations to work more effectively; to collaborate with the local actors and authorities to achieve synergies.

We can assist Clients at all stages of their market entry and expansion in Vietnam. We offer world-class Clients business advisory, incorporation and outsourcing services enabling them to focus on their core business functions without dealing with the legal, accounting, tax and administrative aspects of their company. If your business does not require setting up a company, our other services such as audit, staffing, investors’ services, sourcing, corporate secretary and compliance services will be your point of entry into the promising Vietnamese market.

At PCA Company Services, we believe in combining practices. Our attorneys, for instance, have deep accounting knowledge and our accountants and CPAs always work with our legal advisors to exchange and confirm their knowledge. Theory is only effective when crossed with experience. An effective piece of advice requires pragmatism and multi-dimensional analysis that just cannot be produced when analyzed from a single viewpoint. At PCA Company Services, we will always go for the right and long-term option, never the quick fix. So that we will be, and remain accountable for everything we say, everything we write and everything we do!

Our Vision

It is to make Vietnam a more attractive place to work and prosper by helping build a more equal land of opportunities for all. As an opaque market will ultimately lead to unethical behaviors, we aim to improve the reputation and integrity of local actors and by increasing the level of transparency of compliance procedures and institutions thanks to an overall higher level of professionalism.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to “consistently compensate” the current lack of transparency and comprehensibility of the Vietnamese market (service providers, business procedures, regulations and authorities) by a high-level, systematic, rigorous, and pragmatic approach based on the Law,as well on experience and jurisprudence.


Ethics are principles and values, which together with rules of conduct and laws, regulate a profession, such as the legal profession. They act as an important guide to ensure right and proper conduct in the daily practice of the law. Areas covered by ethical standards include: Independence, honesty and integrity. The lawyer and client relationship, in particular, the duties owed by the lawyer to his or her client. This includes matters such as client care, conflict of interest, confidentiality, dealing with client money, and fees. 


A well-established principle of ethics for the legal profession is that of legal professional privilege. Lawyers and consultants have a duty to keep affairs of their client confidentiality. The attorney-client privilege is, strictly speaking, a rule of evidence. It prevents lawyers from testifying about, and from being forced to testify about, their clients’ statements. The duty of confidentiality prevents lawyers from even informally discussing information related to their clients’ cases with others.


If ethical standards exist and clearly define the duties of lawyers and professional consultants, they can be brought to account where they fall short of these standards. If lawyers do not adhere to, and promote, principles of justice, fairness and equity, the law itself is brought into disrepute and public confidence in the law will be undermined, thereby hindering access to justice. Therefore, the legal profession has a huge responsibility within society as upholders of the rule of law, and protectors of individual rights against abuses of power.

Avoiding conflict of interest

Acting in the best interests of the client requires that lawyers avoid a conflict of interest. The following are situations where a conflict of interest may arise: The lawyer owes separate duties to two or more clients in relation to the same or related matters, and those duties conflict, or there is a significant risk that those duties may conflict. This could also encompass a client who the lawyer acted for in the past. The lawyer’s duties towards that client continue, even when the case has completed. The lawyer’s duty to act in the best interests of any client in relation to a matter conflicts, or there is a significant risk that it may conflict, with the lawyer’s own interests with regard to that or a related matter.

Fair Fees

The principle of fairness should govern the fees that a consultant charges his or her client. The consultant should inform the client of fee arrangements. Fees should be clearly explained and if and when they may change. The client should be billed for fees and the invoice should include disbursements. Where a consultant receives any financial benefit on behalf of a client, he or she should ensure that it is either paid to the client or offset against fees. If the latter, the consultant should ensure that he or she has already sent an invoice to the client and that the client understands that the money is being used to pay fees.

Client Care

The relationship between a lawyer and client is a contractual one. Lawyers have legal obligations towards their client but there are also important ethical principles governing the way lawyers should conduct themselves towards their clients. The following are some of the principles that lawyers must adhere to in the context of client care: Treat the client fairly, in a manner which protects their interests. Ensure the resources and ability to act for the client and to advise and represent the client in a competent and timely manner. Ensure the client understands any advice given and is able to make informed decisions.


Words From Clients

  • Why would anyone hire an average accountant who will never have any kind of responsibility in case of malpractice, when you can hire a professional firm with a dedicated team of professionals for a fraction of the price of having the same people in-house. The choice to go with PCA was no brainer. On top of that, they have been immensely helpful and patient since the first day. (28/11/2020)

    Sebastian Grasco
  • We gave the tax token of our company to PCA and their teams over a year ago and since then, we have been helped and advised like never before. Consultancy sessions are short, straight to the point and truly actionable. As a business owner I cannot recommend PCA more because of their deep market knowledge and insightful recommendations that translate into considerable resources savings.
    Tom N. Farley
  • It is very difficult to work with local partners as most Vietnamese accountants cannot communicate properly in English with our teams. Having the PCA team really helps us to understand the Vietnamese generally accepted accounting principles. Even with a education in Finance, understanding the local law and applying it would have made my journey considerably longer to the risk of loosing the momentum for our business. In the long run, PCA helped us achieved substantial savings by making us understand the rules of the market.
    Cung Duyen

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