PKF New Zealand Welcomes New Firms To Their Business Network
13 Aug 2018
PKF New Zealand has now grown to nine members across New Zealand and is part of an international network represented in more than 150 Countries.
PKF NZ promotes local ownership, decision making and investment in our local communities. The local PKF firms are enhanced by member firms having access to the PKF national and international network partners' expertise and experience.
Dorian Crighton Chair PKF New Zealand:
“On behalf of PKF New Zealand, we extend a warm welcome to PKF Hamilton (formerly BDO Waikato), PKF Bredin McCormack Rewcastle, Dunedin and associate member firm Kendons, Wellington.”
“Each of our new members has local knowledge, offer full business advice and support, and will have the PKF NZ Network to call upon. They will have additional access to specialists with international expertise and experience.”
“All three firms share our PKF NZ business values and our vision to drive value, with a genuine focus on supporting clients to thrive, whether this is in international export markets, local service delivery, or achieving their personal lifestyle goals.”
“This is a really exciting time for PKF New Zealand as we continue to attract quality member firms and increase our national and international footprint”
“Our PKF network is further strengthened in the Pacific by the recent addition of Fiji firm, Aliz Pacific, with offices in Nadi and Suva”.
Bernard Lamusse, Managing Partner of PKF Hamilton, Jono Bredin, Director and Head of Tax at PKF Bredin McCormack Rewcastle, Steve Graves CEO of Kendons:
“We all have similar reasons for joining the PKF Network – a globally strong and respected brand, a common vision, shared values, access to a network of like-minded specialists and the ability to run our own business and make local decisions.”
Bernard Lamusse, Managing Partner of PKF Hamilton:
Jono Bredin, Director and Head of Tax at PKF Bredin McCormack Rewcastle, (Dunedin):
Steve Graves CEO of Kendons (Wellington):
For further information please contact:
Dorian Crighton, PKF NZ Chairman, +64 27 423 0206, - firstname.lastname@example.org