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MSI Global Alliance admits accounting firm in Taiwan

Press release by MSI Global Alliance

Press release by MSI Global Alliance - MSI Global Alliance, one of the world’s leading international associations of independent legal and accounting firms, is pleased to announce the admission of new accounting member Pacific Management Consulting Co., Ltd in Taiwan.

Pacific Management Consulting, founded in 2003, provides a full suite of services including accounting, audit, tax, consulting and financial advisory to a variety of clients ranging from individuals to SMEs and multi-national corporations.

Based in Taipei, the firm’s team of 12 staff provides a global, integrated approach to assist its clients combining insight and innovation from multiple disciplines with business and industry knowledge.

Tim Wilson, chief executive of MSI, comments, “I am delighted to welcome Pacific Management Consulting to MSI. Taiwan is an important economic location and the firm adds to our existing legal representation there (Pamir Law). Both firms have strong international clients and Ken Wu from Pacific Management Consulting already enjoys strong links with many MSI member firms.”

Ken Wu, managing partner of Pacific Management Consulting, comments, “I am delighted to re-join the MSI family as the accounting member in Taiwan. MSI is an energetic association and will enable us to serve our clients wherever in the world they do business. I look forward to establishing long lasting relationships with old and new MSI contacts worldwide.”

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