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Nexia International welcomes new member in Thailand

Press release by Nexia International
Press release by Nexia International - Nexia International (Nexia), a top 10 network of independent accounting and consulting firms, has extended its presence in South East Asia with the addition of Professional Auditing Service Co., Ltd, in Thailand (previously with Kreston International).

Based in Bangkok with eight partners and 47 members of staff, the firm specialises in providing audit, tax advisory, financial due diligence, international group reporting requirement, internal control, and Thailand Board of Investment support services.

Managing Partner Natthapol Musikaparn says: “We are looking forward to building relationships with the Nexia family and sharing our knowledge with colleagues around the world, to help expand our client base and the range of services we offer.”

Kevin Arnold, CEO of Nexia International, says: “We are pleased to welcome Professional Auditing Service to our global network. We look forward to working with them to help our member firms offer their clients even greater resources and expertise in the region.”

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