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Reeves Receive International Recognition

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Reeves, one of the major accountancy and financial services firms practicing in the South East of England, has recently received significant recognition of its work with the international accounting network, Kreston International at the network’s annual awards dinner took place at the Kreston World Conference in Beijing in September 2012.

Reeves’ partners also received recognition at the awards. Clive Stevens, Managing Partner at Reeves won accolade for his contribution over the last seven years as Chairman of Kreston International, having stepped down from that role this year. Clive remains a Board Director with the International network. David Ashman, Partnership Chairman at Reeves received a special recognition for his voluntary service to the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) Forces Help.

The Kreston VAT group, which is led by Reeves’ Greg Mayne, won ‘The Special Interest Group of the Year’ award for “achieving the most to date since inception and demonstrating excellence in the delivery of VAT and Duty solutions across national borders.” (Melloney Pritchard, Communications Manager at Kreston International).

Kreston International is a worldwide network of experienced, independent, accounting firms, each with its own established client base. There are member firms in over 90 countries and the network has more than 700 offices and 20,000 staff worldwide.

It was also noted that Reeves had generated more pieces of international work into the network than any other firm. This is not the first time that Reeves have been recognised for their International work, in 2011 Reeves also won ‘International Referrer of the Year’ and in 2010 won ‘Largest International Work Recruitment’ at the same awards.

Clive Stevens, Managing Partner at Reeves commented; “I’m delighted that we have received all this recognition that recognises our value to the Kreston network. The links that have been forged between independent firms around the world add a powerful extra dimension for our clients by providing global coverage and removing the need to negotiate cultural divides. We are very proud to be a part of Kreston”.

Greg Mayne, Director of Indirect Tax at Reeves and Chairman of the Kreston VAT Special Interest Group, commented; “I was really pleased to hear that the Group was given this award, as it reflects the hard work and commitment of some key individuals in forging some really strong links between member firms and between countries to provide high quality responses and services to clients and colleagues. I look forward to building on this recognition and continuing to extend the group in terms of numbers and level of work referrals”.




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Source:http://www.reeves.co