PRLog - March 18, 2012 - LONDON -- With 14 partners and 55 staff, the firm’s head office is based in Jakarta with further offices in Medan, Makassar, Manado, Palembang, Balikpapan, Surabaya and Solo providing primarily audit services combined with corporate finance and management consultancy services such as assurance, legal, financial and tax advisory services.
With clients range from large corporates including Indonesian Stock Exchange listed to small and medium-sized companies including governmental establishments. The firm has a portfolio of clients in a variety of sectors such as mining, Asian development and World Bank funded projects.
Managing partner, Ade Ikhwan “We joined the Parker Randall International network for a number of reasons. One the reason is its global presence and expertise knowledge around the world which will strengthens our own capabilities, locally and internationally, but also these of our clients and their operations. The second important reason is to assist us with the Asian Development Bank and World Bank funded projects.
Jason Parker, President of Parker Randall International commented: "We are pleased that KAP Ikhwan & Gideon has joined the Parker Randall International network which strengthens our presence in Asia particularly in Indonesia. The firm’s admittance to the Parker Randall International network adds a great deal of regional market and sector capability experience required to strengthen Parker Randall International’
The firm is currently undertaking a rebranding exercise to become Parker Randall branded in order to take advantage of on the benefits and recognition created by the Parker Randall International network internationally
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Parker Randall International is a top ranked, international association of independent audit and accounting firms. Represented in 43 countries by more than 50 member firms with 100 offices and some 2000 partners and staff. It is ranked 21st largest accounting association in the world, according to International Accounting Bulletin.