Peak Professional Services of Nigeria, a firm of management consultants has been admitted to membership of Kreston International, the global network of independent accounting firms.
The firm which operates from Lagos, with branches in Port Harcourt and Asaba, provides clients with the full range of professional accounting services and has a particular niche in the Maritime and Oil and Gas industries.
Recruiting a firm in Nigeria has been a priority for Kreston to further develop its interests throughout Africa. Having recently added leading firms in South Africa, Rwanda and Burundi, Kreston, the holders of the 2012 International Accounting Bulletin Global Award “Rising Star Network” is now present in a total of 24 African countries with a resource of 700 professional and support staff.
Andrew Uviase, managing partner, said, “we have been looking to move to an international network that offers truly global reach with a culture built on quality service and the development of effective and trusted relationships between the member firms. Kreston meets all our requirements and we are delighted that our application was accepted.
We look forward to working with our Kreston colleagues to serve both our client base when international assistance is required and those international clients looking to invest and trade in Nigeria”.
At the signing ceremony, Jon Lisby, Kreston’s Chief Executive Officer said “Colleagues of mine in the profession have worked with Andrew and his team for a number of years and have been impressed with the consistency of the high quality audit, tax and consulting services the firm provides. The firm works to international standards for quality control, ethics and audit and we are delighted that Peak Professional decided to move its international network membership to Kreston.
We are experiencing a growing volume of clients looking to expand into the continent, including those from China and India and we remain keen to secure further high quality member firms West, East, Central and Southern Africa to complete the Kreston’s coverage”.