KENT-BASED accounting firm McBrides has been selected by the government’s UK Trade & Investment body (UKTI) as an advisor for inbound business to the UK.
Any business which approaches the UKTI with a view to setting up or expanding within the UK will be referred to a panel of accountants, of which McBrides is now one.
Nick Paterno, managing partner at McBrides, said: “This is a real coup for us and very exciting news as the selection recognises the depth and quality of our knowledge and endorses our ability to advise a diverse range of overseas companies on their future UK investment plans.”
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