Taking account of global finance.
The firm has joined DFK UK and Ireland, which is part of the wider DFK International Group, to enable current clients access to accountancy specialists around the world and to expand the business by being able to serve a wider range of clients within Wales and beyond.
Linking up with more than 200 firms in 120 countries, the membership will not only enable the Welsh-based operation to access specialist skills from elsewhere in the group but will also give it the opportunity to use its own areas of specialism to serve other DFK clients across the UK.
Craig Blackmore, director of ktsowensthomas said: "With over 300 offices world-wide we are able to cater for clients who want to take advantage of the global marketplace and the opportunities that brings."
Director Russell Jenkins said: "DFK has an excellent reputation in the accountancy sector and by becoming a part of this respected network, we are confident that we will be able to deliver clear benefits to existing and future clients.We see this as away to assist our clients, hopefully attract overseas business to Wales and develop a competitive international service."
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|Publication:||Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Oct 20, 2010|
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