With the merger, Morison AAC will have access to an even-greater geographical reach, with 375 offices in 88 countries, and to an increased pool of international specialists comprising over 1,200 partners and 8,900 professionals.
“Being a member of the merged association, it gives Morison AAC access to a stronger offering of international skills and service line experience to service our clients’ increasing regional and international needs”, says Dato’ Patrick Chew, Senior Partner of Morison AAC.
“Member firms are extremely excited about this significant development. The improved skills and experience which are now available to them will help them further service their clients’ international needs – a truly effective alternative to the big four and other international groups.” says Liza Robbins, CEO of Morison KSi.
The merger, which will create a US$1 billion strong international association, will be effective as of 1 April 2016.