Accounting and advisory firm in Croatia joins PKF International

22 January 2018 Authored by Consultancy.eu

International accountancy and consultancy network PKF has expanded its presence in South East Europe with the addition of a new member firm in Croatia. The new member firm provides a full range of services: auditing, accounting, tax and business advisory services, to both private and public companies across a wide range of sectors. 

With over 400 offices operating in 150 countries across five regions, PKF is one of the globe’s top 20 accounting networks. The firm’s latest expansion into Croatia sees PKF International grow its presence in South East Europe to ten countries, adding to existing operations in Bulgaria, Cyprus, Israel, Macedonia, Malta, Romania, Serbia and Turkey.

To enter the Croatian market, PKF has agreed on an alliance with Anticic Savjetovanje, a local independent accounting and advisory firm. The company consist of three specialised services firms: Zagreb-based Tax Consulting Anticic, Forenzika Prima, and Varazdin-based Knjigovodstvo. All three firms have been rebranded as PKF and grouped under the ‘PKF Croatia’ umbrella, in a bid to “leverage the strong PKF brand,” according to Diana Anticic, Managing Partner of the newly formed company. 

Accounting and advisory firm in Croatia joins PKF International

PKF Tax Consulting Anticic is a tax consultancy providing taxation advisory services, preventive tax insights and tax planning support. PKF Forenzika Prima is specialised in forensic examination and eDiscovery, while PKF Knjigovodstvo Prima is the group’s accounting provider, offering services including book keeping, monthly reports, annual financial statements, statistical reports VAT and Intrastat reports. 

“We are really pleased to welcome PKF Croatia to our international network as we continue to expand and strengthen the PKF brand. The new member firm fits well with our value proposition of quality with integrity, and also meets our strategic objective of global coverage with quality firms in the main commercial centres of each country,” said PKF International CEO, John Sim.

PKF’s Croatian Managing Partner Anticic is a well-respected professional in the country – she has served dozens of multinational corporates based in Croatia, as well as public institutions. She further holds professional licenses including certified auditor, certified internal auditor, certified forensic accountant, certified company valuator and certified conciliator. 

Commenting on why the firm decided to join a global network, Anticic said “We want to take our business to a higher level, to expand into the international market and be a part of an important and strong audit and tax group for business advisory.” 

Meanwhile in South East Europe, rival network RSM earlier this month expanded its presence with the addition of a new member firm in Bulgaria.

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