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GGI welcomes three new members

Press release by GGI

Press release by GGI- GGI welcomes three new members.

M.S. Wong & Co.

M.S. Wong & Co. is a fast growing firm of Chartered Accountants based in Johor Bahru. The company was founded in 1981 and for the past 35 years, has firmly established themselves as a trusted and progressive firm in Malaysia.

The firm offers a wide range of professional services, with emphasis to cater to foreign investors business setup and advisory, SME businesses, family businesses and construction/property development industry. Their main services include audit and assurance, direct and indirect tax advisory, company incorporation and company secretarial services, and IT consultancy services (e.g. SAP, cloud payroll and accounting systems). Following the implementation of GST in Malaysia in 2015, they have firmly established themselves as a leading GST advisor and provider of GST training in Johor Bahru.

With their multinational-experienced staff, M.S. Wong & Co. serve their clientele in English, Chinese (Mandarin other Dialects) and Malay.

Camelot Trust Pte Ltd

Camelot Trust Pte Ltd was established in 2004 in Singapore. They are a boutique corporate services company, providing bespoke services such as Corporate Services, Relocation Services, Business Facilitation, Family Office Function, Trustees Services, to clients in the setting up and ongoing management of companies, trusts and fund structures incorporated in different jurisdictions and mainly in Singapore.

They offer a range of corporate services such as; Company Incorporation, Fund set up, Structuring, Accounting, Bookkeeping, Tax Compliance, Succession Planning, Assisting with Managing Family Business, Trust Formation, Trust Administration, Protector Services, Probate Administration, Start–Ups and Immigration Matters.

Overseen by two partners, their multi discipline, multi-lingual staff provide professional services to their clients in English, French, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien and Teochew.

BNA Chartered Accountants

Founded in 1995, BNA Chartered Accountants is the first Ghanaian Company to join GGI. With extensive experience in Auditing, Accounting, Tax Services and Business Advisory Services they provide cutting edge services to companies on the national and international level and strive to offer a high quality service and to exceed clients’ expectations by continuously improving their skills and looking for innovative and dynamic solutions.

The firm offers a wide range of services including Internal Audit Outsourcing, Due Diligence / Business Risk Assessment, IFRS Reporting, Accounting & Payroll services, Preparation of Accounting and Audit Work Manuals, Feasibility Studies and Business Planning, Corporate Finance, Risk management, Corporate Taxation, Tax planning and Advisory and Indirect Taxes: VAT, Customs and Excise duties.

BNA Chartered Accountants employs a team of 27 professionals and administrative staff, governed by 4 partners who serve the firm’s clients in English as the main operating language.


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