Posted on 11th September 2019
Kingston Smith changes its name to Moore Kingston Smith
We are delighted to announce that we have changed our name and will now be known as Moore Kingston Smith. Our new name reflects our membership of the Moore Stephens International Network, one of the world’s major accounting and consulting networks, which has also simultaneously rebranded to become known as Moore.
Paul Samrah, Partner in Redhill commented: “Kingston Smith joined the global advisory and accounting network in May, enhancing our offering to clients at an international level, and strengthening the development and growth opportunities of our firm and our people. Of course, we are still the same local practice providing advice and support to our clients; but the network enhances our international reach for businesses looking for that support.”
The addition of the Moore name will enhance Kingston Smith’s international presence and reach, while retaining the firm’s valuable heritage and brand recognition.
Maureen Penfold, Managing Partner, commented: “Helping our clients thrive has always been central to Kingston Smith’s identity and purpose. Being internationally recognised as the London firm of the Moore Global network will position us to provide even greater support to our clients in reaching their global aspirations.”
She continued: “Our heritage and independence is important to us as a partnership, as it is to our clients and our people. Our commitment to our core values, which place clients at the centre of everything we do, is shared by the Moore network, whose vision is to become the most respected accounting network in the world.
“The natural alignment between our brands has made adding the Moore name to Kingston Smith a natural next step in our journey – one which will further strengthen our international presence and reach.”
Paul added: “I know that the whole team at Redhill is keen to make use of our new network to continue to support our clients’ growth and development.”
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