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Kreston adds to capability in Central Asia with the admittance of KPMT Orien LLC, Tajikistan

Press release by Kreston

Press release by Kreston - Kreston International, the global network of independent accounting firms, has admitted audit firm KPMT Orien LLC, Tajikistan, to membership, adding to its coverage across Central Asia.

Kreston's member firm in Kyrgyzstan, Ansar Accountants, proposed the firm for membership.

KPMT, which means "Analytical and Consulting" in the Tajik language, is headed up by three Partners who work mainly across the public, real estate and not for profit sectors from a single office in Dushanbe.

Jon Lisby, Kreston CEO, comments: "It is excellent to welcome KMPT to the Kreston network and to strengthen our service offering in the region. Part of our strategy is to expand our coverage and raise our profile across Central Asia and this addition complements our current members in Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan".

Partner of KPMT Orien, Bakhtovar Sherov added: "It is an honour to join Kreston International. We look forward to working alongside Ansar Accountants and fellow member firms in the region and we will now be able to better compete in the local and global market place."

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