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BKR International expands Australian presence with New Queensland member firm

Press release by BKR
Press release by BKR - BKR International is delighted to welcome Power Tynan as a member firm in the Asia Pacific region.

Power Tynan is a strong regional accounting and financial services firm based in Toowoomba, Stanthorpe and Roma but has clients all over the world in varying industries including agriculture, manufacturing, retail, construction and professional services.

Amanda Kenafake, Executive Director of Power Tynan comments, “we have been part of an Australasian association of accountants, Walker Wayland Australasia, for the last few years and have seen how the contacts and networks that we make as part of this association have been game-changing. We can now offer our clients all of the resources of a large national or multinational accounting firm while maintaining the personal touch on which we pride ourselves. 

“The next step was to join BKR International to expand our network to all regions around the world and we look forward to the opportunities that this will bring not only to us, but also to our clients”

Power Tynan will be one of 33 member firms across the Asia Pacific region that provides regional expertise to BKR International firms and their clients across the globe.

Stephen Roger, Co-Executive Director of BKR Asia Pacific comments, “Power Tynan becoming a member firm of BKR International gives us a strong presence in a growing regional centre in Australia. The region has had significant human and capital investment over the last decade. Power Tynan has been involved in this investment from a business and social aspect and is able, through their membership in BKR International, to assist the business community to expand their horizons.”

 

 

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