News: Kingston Smith International Merger

Posted on 9th June 2016

 

Kingston Smith in Redhill boosts international client offering

with merger of KS International and Morison International

 

The Redhill office of top 20 chartered accountancy firm Kingston Smith is delighted to be able to offer clients enhanced access to more locations across the globe, following the merger of international association of independent accountancy firms KS International (KSi) and Morison International (MI).

 

The new association, called Morison KSi, is worth US$1 billion and has over 1,200 partners, around 9,000 professional staff and 375 offices in 88 countries. Both associations are well known for their focus on personal relationships, highly selective approaches to membership recruitment and share a commitment to maintaining their association status. The merger has been built on a shared culture that is dynamic, ambitious and client focused.

 

Paul Samrah, partner at Kingston Smith in Redhill, comments: “This is an exciting development for Kingston Smith in Redhill. We now have access to more resources, skills, experience, depth, breadth and reach from which to build stronger international connections for our clients. Working with the highest quality professionals around the world to serve our clients’ international needs, this expanded network enables us to significantly enhance our global service.”

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