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Kreston continues strong growth with three new member firms

Liza Robbins, chief executive, said the firms bring their own ‘skills and insights’ to the table but, vitally, they share its core values of ‘ambition and entrepreneurialism’.

Kreston Global has further consolidated its recent growth with the arrival of three new member firms: Johar and Partners, based in Kuwait; Alfaro y Asociados, based in Honduras, and Proworks Group, based in Japan.

This brings the total number of new joiners in recent months to six, following the arrival of member firms in Bahrain, Germany and The Bahamas in late 2021.

The firm said Johar and Partners specialises in providing audit and assurance, financial advisory, accounting, risk, tax and zakat and bookkeeping services to businesses operating across the Middle East.

Johar and Partners was founded in 2011 by managing partner Abdullatif Johar, and comprises two partners, 17 other fee-earners and three administrative staff.

According to Kreston, Alfaro y Asociados is one of the “leading” accountancy firms in Honduras. It specialises in providing audit and accountancy, corporate finance and tax services to domestic and international businesses in the country.

Proworks Group was founded in 2007 by CEO and president Marek Lehocky. Based in Tokyo, Proworks specialises in providing inbound market entry services including accounting and tax, HR, and payroll and benefits to international businesses in a range of sectors. It has six partners and 44 other staff.

Liza Robbins, chief executive of Kreston Global, said: “These three firms bring their own skills and insights to the table but, vitally, they share our core values of ambition and entrepreneurialism.

“The last 12 months have been a time of significant development for us as a network and we are now seeing dividends as we move into a new, exciting phase of growth.This is a fantastic start to 2022, and we look forward to working closely alongside our new colleagues as they expand their international connections.”

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