PC Woo & Co Law Group: Our History

In Hong Kong, 15th October 1945, Dr. the Hounourable Pak Chuen Woo, C.B.E., J.P., licensed to practice as a lawyer in Hong Kong in 1940, founded a new law firm with a small staff of seven. In 1959, Mr. Wong Chung Hin, C.B.E., J.P. became Mr. Woo’s first partner.

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Within a period of six decades, P. C. Woo & Co. has evolved into a sizeable firm with sixteen partners and staff of over one hundred. Rendering professional services of the highest standards in both a timely and cost-effective manner, we have built enduring professional relationships with clients in Hong Kong, Mainland China, and internationally.

In 1994, Mr. Moses Cheng succeeded Mr. Wong Chung Hin as Senior Partner, with Mr. Woo and Mr. Wong continuing as Consultants. Our firm was struck with a great sadness on 30th April 2008 at the passing away of Mr. Woo.

June 2002 marked the official opening of our Chengdu Representative Office. distinguishing P. C. Woo as the first Hong Kong legal firm to establish the vital link between Southwestern China and Hong Kong.

Guided by our motto ‘Traditional Values, Innovative Practices’, we established our Nanjing Office in late 2005, and our New Territories office on 8th August, 2008, concurrent with the opening of the 2008 Olympic Games.

We live today by the same values that have driven our success as we continue to improve our ability to serve clients in the future.

Insurance Fraud Bureau: Links

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  • Association of British Insurers (ABI)
  • Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
  • Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) Fraud Prevention
  • Association of Crime and Intelligence Analysts
  • British Bankers’ Association (BBA)
  • CIFAS, the UK’s Fraud Prevention Service
  • City of London Police Economic Crime Department
  • Claims and Underwriting Exchange (CUE)
  • Crime stoppers
  • Department for Work and Pensions – Report a Benefit Fraud
  • Financial Services Authority (FSA)
  • Fraud Advisory Panel
  • Fraud Women’s Network
  • Identity Theft, Home Office
  • Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
  • Insurance Fraud Investigators Group (IFIG)
  • International Association of Special Investigation Units (IASIU)
  • Metropolitan Police Fraud Alert
  • Ministry of Justice Claims Management Regulation
  • Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB)
  • National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB)
  • NFSA – Fraud Strategy
  • NFSA – Fraud Awareness Leaflet
  • Payments Administration
  • Serious Fraud Office (SFO)
  • Serious Organized Crime Agency (SOCA)
  • Solicitors Regulation Authority
  • Telecommunications UK Fraud Forum (TUFF)

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