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PFK International adds member in South Korea

Press Release by PFK

PKF International Limited has strengthened its global coverage with the admission of Sejong Accounting LLC as a member firm in South Korea effective from 1 July 2016.  

Sejong Accounting LLC was established in 2002 as an affiliate of Shin & Kim, one of the largest law firms in South Korea. The firm, based in Seoul, has five partners and provides a full range of assurance, tax and advisory services to both private and public companies across a range of sectors with focuses on foreign investment in South Korea. It has a full service team with global experience. This addition expands the PKF network’s presence to cover North Asia.

Sejong Accounting LLC will trade as “PKF Sejong” with immediate effect. This is a high quality firm with emphasis on clients’ long-term relationship, trust and professionalism as their highest priority.

PKF International CEO, John Sim, said: "We are really pleased to welcome Sejong Accounting LLC to the PKF family as we continue to expand and strengthen the PKF brand. Sejong Accounting LLC fits well with our value proposition of Quality with Integrity, and also meets our strategic objective of global coverage with quality firms in particular in key economic centres.

Lee Jin Woong, Managing Partner at Sejong Accounting LLC added: “PKF is a respected and widely recognised brand in global accountancy and this key strategic move reflects the growing importance of supporting clients as they expand internationally. We relate very strongly to the network’s values of clarity, quality and integrity, and the strong focus on people and clients. It is a great fit for us.”

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