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Moore Global bolsters presence in Czech Republic

A former BDO Advisory Czech Republic firm has joined Moore Global with membership effective as of 1 January 2020. Moving to the network brand, the firm will trade as Moore

Led by Petr Kymlicka and Radovan Hauk, the firm has over 40 employees and is headquartered in Prague. It brings with it, its fully-owned subsidiaries, Servodata, DataScript and S-COMP, which provide strong technology development and training capability. The firm’s key strengths in management consulting and corporate finance have ensured its rapid growth in a strategic Central European location, attracting a client mixture of medium-sized entrepreneurial and growing businesses, alongside large corporate clients.

Moore Global will support the firm’s ambitious plans to develop full-service capability within 12-18 months. Key sectors served include energy, healthcare, public sector and automotive, as well as aviation, telecoms and real estate.

Welcoming the firm to the network, Moore Global CEO, Anton Colella said, “This is a firm with strong ambition, supported by a track record of effective delivery and growth. Their focus on consulting is attractive at a time when clients face greater complexity and increasingly need professionals who can offer compelling, broad business solutions. Petr and Radovan have built a business capable of meeting and exceeding these needs. I am confident that their addition to the Moore Global network will support our strategy for Europe and beyond.”

Petr Kymlicka and Radovan Hauk, the firm’s Senior Partners said, “We are delighted to join an ambitious global network, which can support our firm to meet our ambitions, as we seek to extend our consulting capabilities alongside developing full-service capability. We are targeting growth not only in the Czech market, but also through collaboration activities with fellow Moore member firms in Europe and beyond.”

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