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Allinial Global adds new members in Asia Pacific region

Press release by Allinial Global

Press release by Allinial Global – Allinial Global is pleased to welcome three new members: Altus Financial in Australia, ASQ Group in Malaysia, and TriThucViet Co., Ltd. in Vietnam.

Altus Financial – Sydney, Australia
Altus is a fully integrated advice center incorporating chartered accountancy, wealth management, and business advisory services that help improve clients’ financial outcomes. A leader among Australia’s mid-tier financial services firms, Altus provides tailored solutions to the SME market, subsidiary operations, and high-wealth individuals, offering a strong wealth management practice and a broad spectrum of advisory services.

ASQ Group – Johor Bahru, Malaysia
ASQ Group is a leading independent firm of chartered accountants, business enhancement professionals, and advisers engaged in all aspects of business support services, including taxation, auditing, accounting, business, and corporate management. The firm’s location in Johor, the third largest metropolitan area in Malaysia, offers low land and labor costs that attract a client base of foreign-owned entities in real estate investment and manufacturing. ASQ Group also has a branch in Kuala Lumpur.

TriThucViet (TTV) Co., Ltd.– Thu Dau Mot City, Vietnam
Established in 2009, TTV is a medium-tier firm with five offices, 70 staff, and a strong international focus. Their client base includes foreign-owned entities and a variety of SMEs operating in various divisions of the manufacturing sector, including footwear, clothing, electronic accessories, machinery, and mechanical accessories. TTV’s taxation services include tax consulting and transfer pricing advisory services. In addition to their central office, they have branches in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Phu Yen, Nha Trang, and Tay Ninh.

All three new firms belong to the association’s growing Asia Pacific region, which recently held an international conference in Shanghai, China. With the continued expansion of its international membership, Allinial Global is pleased to offer its members an increasingly connected and client-centric culture that enables independent accounting firms to deliver exceptional outcomes no matter where in the world their clients are doing business.

Terry Snyder, President and CEO, Allinial Global said: “I’m excited to welcome our new members and proud of their commitment to excellence in all that they do. At Allinial Global, we want to do more than simply offer connections in strategic locations – we also want to connect our members to independent firms of the highest caliber, and these outstanding new firms help us do just that.”

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