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BOKS International adds three member firms

The firms include: Getzel Schiff & Pesce (GSP) in New York, YKS Chartered Accountants in Malaysia and CPS Taxation Services in Hong Kong.

BOKS International has added three member firms to its association.

GSP has a focus on public accounting. Managing partner Jeff Getzel said: “Our partners and staff are extremely excited about joining the BOKS International alliance of independent professional firms. We believe that all of our clients presently operating in the global markets will benefit greatly by our membership.

“We look forward to meeting and working together with member firms as issues or needs arise, which can be addressed by them, as well as working with those members and their clients who have issues or concerns in the US.”

YKS Chartered Accountants provide a range of financial and corporate services comprising assurance, tax compliance and advisory, and business and corporate advisory.

YKS audit partner Keat Siang said: “It is an incredible opportunity to be associated with a fast growing global alliance which will greatly benefit our clients and our firm. With access to a wealth of dynamic and technical resources and support, we are greatly assured in achieving our commitment to provide outstanding and extensive services to our clients.”

CPS Taxation Services was founded by Eddy Yeung, a former tax partner in one of the Big Four international accounting firms.

BOKS alliance director, Richard Sergeant said: “We have been aware of Eddy’s firm in Hong Kong for some time, and are extremely pleased to finally welcome them into the alliance. His niche expertise in cross-border issues in Hong Kong and mainland China will be a valuable resource to our members as we expand in the Asia Pacific region.”

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