Founded in 2000, CCJK is a professional provider of translation and localization solutions to organizations all over the world. Over the past 10 years, CCJK has fulfilled a number of translation orders in various fields. Along with IT, Telecommunication, business, medical and manufacturing fields, the financial field is one of our major service sectors. CCJK boasts over ten years of experience translating a diversified range of financial materials. With an expanding pool of qualified translators in financial sector, we can provide high quality translation services for many different types of financial documentations:
1) Annual reports
An annual report is a complex report on a company’s financial performance throughout the preceding year. Annual reports are designed to keep shareholders and other interested people informed of information about the company’s activities and financial performance. Companies listed are required to prepare and publish an annual report about their annual operating and financial results on a yearly basis. An annual report typically includes chairman’s statement, management discussion and analysis, corporate information, corporate governance report, statutory reports and financial statements. Financial statements include income statement, balance sheet, statement of retained earnings, cash flow statement and etc.
2) Fund fact sheets
A fund fact sheet is generally issued by the fund issuer on a monthly basis to provide the investors and prospects with the fund’s performance data. Typically a fund fact sheet contains easy-to-read tables to help the investors and prospects track the process of fund within relevant fund benchmarks. Besides tables, investment policy and objects, fund performance data and portfolio comments can be also found in a fund fact sheet.
3) Cash Flow Documents
There are two types of cash flow documents: “Cash Flow Forecast” and “Cash Flow Statement”. As a key aspect of financial management of a company, “Cash Flow Forecast” is designed to estimate the company’s cash income and expenditure over a period of time (usually 12 monthly forecasts) to avoid a crisis of liquidity. “Cash Flow Statement” is a financial statement recording the actual cash income and expenditure at the end of the “forecast period”.
4) Banking documents
Banking documents are diversified, including but not limited to prospectuses, letter of allotment, application of shares, certificate of shares, deed of transfer of shares, letter of guarantee for due payment of bills, and notice of calls for further payment.
5) Balance Sheets
As a financial statement, a balance sheet is prepared to summarize a company’s assets, liabilities and shareholder’s equity at a specified point of time.
6) Business Plans
A business plan is a roadmap for business success. A business plan contains a set of goals, the reasons why they can be attained, and the plan for reaching those goals. A business plan is generally subject to a specified time frame, such as “five-year business plan”, eight-year business plan and others.
Prospectuses is a formal legal document provided by a fund or securities issuers and contains details on objectives, investment strategies, risks, performance, distribution policy, fees and expenses, and fund/securities management.
8) Journal Essays and Papers
Financial journal essays and papers are articles highlighting various aspects of the global finance. Diversified in topics, the posted essays and papers provide the readers with news about global financial markets, a detailed look into the current situation of the global crisis, and fruitful knowledge and valuable insights into financial trends of various markets.
9) And more
Besides the above types of financial documentations, we also offer highly competitive translation services for more financial documentations such as budget forecasts, credit documents, dispute letters, pension and profit statements, retirement documents, savings statements, and tax planning documents.
No matter what kind of financial documents you might have, just send them to us and we will select the best qualified translators for your project. For financial materials, it is very important to keep them confidential. By keeping confidentiality as our utmost priority, we have a stringent security policy in place to protect your information. Our in-house and outsourcing translators are required to sign a confidentiality agreement with CCJK. Meanwhile, we shall exercise due discretion to guarantee the safe-keeping of confidential and sensitive documents.
For more details about our financial translation services, please visit our website: www.cccjk.com or call us at 86-755-8611-7878.