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Crowe Horwath expands Japanese membership

Crowe Horwath International has admitted YUSEI Audit & Co to its network.

YUSEI Audit & Co, who was previously a Morison International member, has 15 partners and 142 staff in Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka.

The firm provides audit and advisory services to listed corporations as well as companies preparing to be listed on the stock exchange.

YUSEI Advisory Co, a subsidiary of YUSEI Audit & Co, provides complementary professional and advisory services to non-audit clients as well as foreign companies in Japan.

“We have been attracted to the culture of Crowe Horwath International where member firms are very proactive and have close relationships with each other. Now, by working closely with Crowe Horwath member firms, we are hoping to expand our services to meet clients’ needs both inside and outside of Japan,” YUSEI Audit & Co managing partner Yoshitaka Kato said.

 

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