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Business as usual in PKF North American region

PKF International is pleased to confirm that it is business as usual in its North American region

When PKF joined forces with Associated Regional Accounting Firms in 2002 both organisations were associations. The two organisations continued to work separately for their respective members, but in co-operation. Some years later PKF changed its status to that of a network. As time progressed it became clear that the strategies of an association and network will differ and in May of this year the PKF International Board gave ARAF notice of its intention to terminate the cooperation arrangements effective at the latest May 31, 2016.

CEO John Sim confirmed that the change is just another part of the rebuilding and strengthening of the PKF network which had been going on over the past few years. The steps being taken have been decided in close consultation with those firms in North America who wish to belong to a fully integrated global network and while the formal relationship with ARAF is ending it is expected that there would continue to be ongoing activity between the individual member firms of each organisation.

International Chairman Sajjad Akhtar said “the separation from ARAF has been planned for and is in line with PKF’s global strategy to build a branded network of member firms in North America just like in other regions around the world. Over the next several months, working with those firms that wish to continue as members of PKF, we aim to have member firms in place in all key economic locations. Clients can be assured that they will continue to receive ever improving world class service from PKF member firms”.

For more information please contact info@pkf.com

PKF International is pleased to confirm that it is business as usual in its North American region

When PKF joined forces with Associated Regional Accounting Firms in 2002 both organisations were associations. The two organisations continued to work separately for their respective members, but in co-operation. Some years later PKF changed its status to that of a network. As time progressed it became clear that the strategies of an association and network will differ and in May of this year the PKF International Board gave ARAF notice of its intention to terminate the cooperation arrangements effective at the latest May 31, 2016.

CEO John Sim confirmed that the change is just another part of the rebuilding and strengthening of the PKF network which had been going on over the past few years. The steps being taken have been decided in close consultation with those firms in North America who wish to belong to a fully integrated global network and while the formal relationship with ARAF is ending it is expected that there would continue to be ongoing activity between the individual member firms of each organisation.

International Chairman Sajjad Akhtar said “the separation from ARAF has been planned for and is in line with PKF’s global strategy to build a branded network of member firms in North America just like in other regions around the world. Over the next several months, working with those firms that wish to continue as members of PKF, we aim to have member firms in place in all key economic locations. Clients can be assured that they will continue to receive ever improving world class service from PKF member firms”.

For more information please contact info@pkf.com  

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