It has been a busy summer for BOKS International as they continue their rapid global expansion. In July alone, the alliance welcomed a further four member firms on board: GANGontax, based in the USA; H.A.M.D & CO., Chartered Accountants, based in Pakistan; Probitas International Tax Services, based in Japan; and Stach Rechtsanwälte, based in Switzerland.
GANGontax is a boutique tax firm with a head office in Boston, Massachusetts, and a physical presence across New England that can support businesses seeking advice in every state across the United States. Founder & President Bill Gagnon heads the firm, which has four partners and 14 members of staff.
H.A.M.D. & Co’s is a full-service accountancy firm based in Lahore, Pakistan. They have six partners and 45 members of staff. The firm is driven by its mission to consistently meet its clients’ expectations in an environment of professionalism, high ethical standards, and due care. Senior Partner, Waseem Ashfaq, heads the firm.
Probitas International is a tax-consulting firm based out of Tokyo that was founded in 2013 and is currently owned and managed by tax consultant Yasushi Katayama, who has 16 years of industry experience. They are a two-partner firm with five members of staff.
Stach Rechtsanwälte is a commercial law firm with offices in St. Gallen and Zurich that advises and represents national and international clients. It is a three-partner firm headed by Patrick Stach with eleven members of staff. The firm was recognised earlier this year in the BILANZ list of the top law firms in Switzerland.
BOKS International’s Alliance Director, Richard Sergeant, said: “We are delighted to welcome these four firms into the alliance, each of which brings a unique set of skills and insights. All four firms are a natural fit for BOKS as they share our values of ambition, responsiveness and loyalty. 2022 has so far proven to be a big year for BOKS as we continue to bring significant numbers of quality firms on board. We look forward to working closely with our new colleagues.”