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BKR International Recruits New Belgium Member Firm

BKR International welcomes Partners in Accountancy, from the Flemish speaking area of Belgium

The firm has 18 staff and offices in Roeselare and Tielt. It offers accounting, special services (VAT, Legal etc.), tax and back office services. Partners in Accountancy focuses on helping their clients and affiliates innovate and grow especially in the digital arena.

Steven Brouckaert, CEO and Founder of Partners in Accountancy comments, “We are delighted to join BKR International and we hope to build a strong and mutually beneficial working relationship with our fellow member firms. By becoming a member of BKR International we will be able to offer our clients, who need international assistance, the necessary professional support. Joining an international Group is a long-term commitment and it is important to choose the right group that mirrors the firm's objectives and aligns with its culture. BKR International is our conscious choice and we believe that our membership can contribute to Group development efforts. We aim to play an active and supportive role in contributing to BKR International and member firms to achieve their goals through sharing ideas, collective actions and promoting relationships.”

Tim Morris, Executive Director of BKR International’s EMEA region, comments “This has been an excellent result for both BKR International and Partners in Accountancy. We have been looking for an accounting firm in the Flemish area of Belgian to further expand the scope of our coverage and Partners in Accountancy is an excellent fit for BKR. They maintain exacting technical standards and have a strong client focus within their firm. We welcome them to our association and look forward to working with them in the future”

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