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Parker Randall International strengthens its presence in Asia as new firm joins the network from Afghanistan.

Press release by Parker Randall

Press release by Parker Randall - Dynamic Vision 2 partners and 41 staff, head office is Kabul with other offices in commercial cities. The firm primarily provide auditing, accounting and consultancy services national and international government agencies. The firm is one of the leading audit firm in Afghanistan.

Dynamic Vision established in 2002. During this time the firm has developed full service capabilities as well as in depth knowledge about the industry and business environment. This has allowed the firm assists and support entrepreneur’s initiative to develop a successful and sustainable business, tax and financial strategies.   

Managing partner, Mr Ehsan Mohmand “We joined the Parker Randall International network in order to strengthen our abilities to service our government agencies clients. We have recognised the need to be able to support our clients and Parker Randall International gives us the necessary capability.   

Jason Parker, CEO of Parker Randall International commented: "We are pleased that Dynamic Vision has joined the Parker Randall International network which strengthens our presence in Asia.    

The firm is currently undertaking a rebranding exercise to become Parker Randall branded in order to take advantage of on the benefits and recognition created by the Parker Randall International network internationally.

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