Ghilin Accounting serves as gateway to top-notch global network
South Korean accountancy firm expands operations in China and establishes a country desk in Vietnam
Ghilin Accounting is expanding into Asia and, as a member of Allinial Global, the all-around accounting firm will be sharing with the region its cross border expertise and best practices over a wide range of services.
“China and Vietnam are our top priorities, considering that many South Korean companies are investing in these sizable markets,” says international partner Park Ki-tae. “We are discussing with our affiliate SBA Stone Forest in China, and setting up a country desk in Vietnam to better respond to the needs of our clients there.”
Established by partners from the Big Four accounting firms and other internationally recognised networks, Ghilin Accounting is South Korea’s fastest-growing accounting firm. In less than 10 years, the company managed to rank 30th among more than 160 accounting firms nationwide.
“We are truly responsive to our clients’ business needs both locally and globally,” Park says. “Our flexibility,
client-centric approach, diverse team of professionals and affordability are ideal for globally fast-growing, small- and medium-sized companies doing business in South Korea and Asia-Pacific.”
Ghilin Accounting leverages the resources of Allinial Global, an international association of 120 legally independent accounting and consulting firms in 41 countries from North America and South America, Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific. The group enables Ghilin Accounting to deliver more than the traditional accounting services such as audit and taxation.
By drawing on the collective knowledge and experiences of Allinial Global’s member companies, Ghilin Accounting has successfully helped clients regardless of their location in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, green field investments, initial public offerings, securities and exchange filing, and international taxation.
“With Ghilin, you can have the confidence that you are being connected to broad international business resources while still getting specialised local knowledge and personal attention that you need to advance and thrive in South Korea and the Asia-Pacific market,” Park says.