MSI Global Alliance is delighted to announce the appointment of two new accounting members- SEJUNG LLC in South Korea and Oreon Partners in Australia.
SEJUNG LLC, South Korea:
Headquartered in Seoul, with two further branches in Suwon and Daejeon, SEJUNG LLC is a leading CPA firm which provides comprehensive accounting and tax services as well as audit, assurance and financial advisory services. The firm’s team of 19 partners and over 30 professionals serves national and international clients from a wide range of industries and has particular expertise in advising foreign investment companies in Korea.
SEJUNG LLC managing partner Sean Kang said: “It is my pleasure to join MSI, a great international accounting & legal association. Like other countries, Korea’s accounting market is very competitive and I would like to secure our competitive strength and pursue our business expansion through our membership with MSI.”
Oreon Partners, Australia:
Accounting firm Oreon Partners, based in Adelaide (South Australia) joins MSI with five partners and 32 professionals. The firm provides accounting, taxation and financial planning services to businesses and private individuals. Oreon Partners prides itself on personalised advice and service as well as its advantageous use of technology to help achieve clients’ goals.
Oreon Partners partner Ben Reynolds said: “We are excited to be joining MSI Global Alliance and look forward to the opportunities that being a member of one of the world’s leading accounting and legal associations will bring to both our business and to our clients."
The appointment of Oreon Partners adds to MSI’s representation in Australia and New Zealand, which now brings together 16 leading independent legal and accounting firms that provide specialist services to local and overseas businesses.
MSI chief executive Tim Wilson said: “I am very pleased that we have two strong firms joining our group in Asia Pacific. I know they will make a great contribution to our Asian and Australian representation and I welcome them to MSI very warmly.”