Duncan & Toplis joins Kreston’s global network

by Rachael Singh

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29 Nov 2011

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REGIONAL FIRM Dunan & Toplis has expanded its horizons by joining the global network of accountancy firms Kreston International.

Based in the East Midlands Duncan and Toplis are now a member of the network which operates across 95 countries.

Duncan & Toplis partner Adrian Reynolds said: "Many client businesses now operate in a worldwide market and need support from professionals in those markets. In addition, overseas businesses setting up in the East Midlands need the same support from UK professionals."

Other UK firms that form part of the Kreston International network include EQ Accountants, James Cowper, Reeves & Co and Bishop Fleming.

Kreston International's CEO Jon Lisby said the network was looking for an East Midlands firm.

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