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Kreston Indonesia strengthens tax capability with the addition of Pratama Indomitra Konsultan

Press release by Kreston International

Press release by Kreston International - Kreston International, the global network of independent accounting firms, has added significantly to Kreston's service offering in Indonesia with the admittance of PT Pratama Indomitra Konsultan.

Founded in 2010, Pratama Indomitra offers Tax consulting, Transfer Pricing, Accounting, Risk Management and Corporate Governance services to its high profile clients. The firm will complement other services offered by Kreston's existing member in Indonesia, KAP Hendrawinata Eddy Siddharta & Tanzil. Combined, Kreston Indonesia now has a resource of 29 Partners and more than 420 professional and support staff covering Jakarta, Medan, Surabaya and Yogyakarta.

Kreston CEO Jon Lisby, comments: "We are delighted to learn of the strengthening of our Indonesian resource and capability and welcome all from Pratama Indomitra to the network. Combined the firms are expected to advance within the Top 10 national rankings and will be better placed to compete in a highly competitive and challenging economic market".

Josef Tanzil, Chairman of Kreston Indonesia said: "It is a pleasure to welcome PT Pratama Indomitra Konsultan to join us as members of Kreston Indonesia. CEO, Mr Prianto Budi Saptono and Partners are prominent registered Tax Consultants and Licensed Tax Attorneys with extensive experience and who are renowned for offering trusted high quality services".

Mr Prianto added: "It is an honour to join Kreston Indonesia and we look forward to working alongside KAP Hendrawinata Eddy Siddharta & Tanzil. We will now be able to offer the full service range so we can better compete in the local and global market place."

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