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Kreston welcomes ABMS & Associates, Nepal, to membership.

Press release by Kreston International

Press release by Kreston International - ABMS & Associates based in Kathmandu, Nepal, has joined the membership to extend Kreston's service offering in the Asia Pacific region.

Working from its head office in Kathmandu and with a branch office in Chitwan, the firm has a resource of 30 professional and support staff offering the full range of Auditing, Advisory, Tax and Consultancy services.

Jon Lisby, Kreston CEO, said:"We are delighted to welcome ABMS & Associates to the network and to represent us in Nepal. We have been without representation in the country for a number of years now and we are pleased to rebuild the geographical coverage with such a firm of quality".

Partner, Santosh Timilsina commented:"We are honoured be part of Kreston International. Through our membership we look forward to marketing our services under this quality umbrella and to raising the profile of Kreston within the region".

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