Praxity’s combined revenues of participant firms reaching US$5.20 billion for the year ended 31 December 2017, confirming its position as the largest alliance of independent accounting and consulting firms.
Praxity’s Chairman, Hilton Saven said participant firms had continued to elevate its global offering over the past decade, with a record-breaking performance and continued growth with of over 65 firms, 47,000 worldwide experts, in 103 countries.
“This is a great way to kick off our second decade, reflecting on what’s been accomplished and how the strength of the Alliance elevates its global offering,” Hilton Saven said.
“The continued success of the Alliance demonstrates their commitment to sharing expertise across international borders and delivering world class service at a local level,” he said.
William Buck, is celebrating their tenth year as a member firm, with Chairman, Nick Hatzistergos, sitting on Praxity’s Management Board.
Hatzistergos said the announcement is testimony to the value that Praxity brings to their clients in Australia and New Zealand.
“Moving up the rankings into sixth position is a significant achievement. It’s a great reflection of our shared commitment to transform the client experience and deliver more value to our members,” he said.
“We’ve hit record performance and our continued growth over the past 11 years reaffirms that we’re on the right track and that our ability to collaborate across the globe is having a positive impact.”
Since becoming a member in 2008, William Buck has partnered with many Praxity firms across the globe to assist and support our clients with specialists on the ground who understand the local nuances, and legislative and reporting requirements.