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UC&CS Global welcome a new member in Jakarta, Indonesia

Press release by UC&CS

Press release by UC&CS - We are glad to announce the recent incorporation of Shohibul Kaslani Komarianto & Santosa, Certified Public Accountants to our International Association UC&CS GLOBAL, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Shohibul Kaslani Komarianto & Santosa, Certified Public Accountants (SKKS, CPA):

  • Mr. Atok Komarianto as Managing Partner
  • Mr. Shohibul Imam as Partner
  • Mr. Kaslani as Managing Partner
  • Mr. Rakhmat Adi Santosa as Partner


The Firm was Established in Jakarta, Indonesia in December 2014 by the three partner. In May 2016 by four partner. The Firm has offices in Jakarta, Indonesia.

SKKS, CPA which have independent practitioners and young professional with professional certification to assist our client, creditor, government agency and other stakeholders  to face problem that appear from business expansion along with Improvement technologies.

The Professional and Staff of the Company is 24 people and they are specialised in the following areas:

Audit & Assurance Services : General Audit; Audit Compliance; Performance audit; Audit Intern; Due Diligence; Review and Agreed Upon Procedures.
 

Accounting & Consulting Services : Buget review; Accounting services; Design and implementation of accounting systems; Feasibility study; Risk management and Formulation and implementation of standard operating procedures.
 

Tax Services : Taxation for Routine Reports / Monthly; Taxation for the Annual Report and Others Services taxes.
 

Non-Assurance Services: Designing Merger; Human Resources Training; Others Business Planning and Management Services and Preparation of the Regional Head Accountability Report.

Sharia Business Services: Check-up business; Business Conversion; Business Training and Making Business Sharia.

This Company was admitted to our organisation, following their interest in joining and their satisfactory application.

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