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INPACT adds Japan-focused member in Brazil

INPACT has added Japan-focused firm NK to its association in Brazil, becoming its 10th member in Latin America.

NK founder Kihatiro Kita also serves as chief executive officer of the Brazilian Society of Japanese Culture (BUNKYO).

The firm provides accounting, audit, tax, advisory and legal services to over 100 primarily Japanese companies who are either established in or looking to expand into Brazil.

NK hopes affiliation into the INPACT association will allow it to reach a higher number of Japanese clients, according to the association, and the firm is looking to expand its workforce through the addition of IFRS and US-certified professionals.

The addition closely follows the appointment of Lena Fielder as president of INPACT earlier this month.
Speaking of her appointment, Fielder said she looked forward to personally involving herself in "expanding INPACT's efforts globally".


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