Professional services firms in Vietnam join global groups

29 October 2020 2 min. read
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Global accounting and advisory groups GGI International and Inpact Global have expanded their presence in Vietnam. 

Viettonkin, a multi-disciplinary group of consulting firms with offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, has joined the network of Geneva Group International (GGI). The consultancy specialises in helping foreign multinationals and entrepreneurs with a range of management services, all of which are related to market entry, cross-border ventures and investments, new business establishment, inter-country capital flows, international mobility, and expansion. 

“Our firm’s guiding mission is aimed towards facilitating intra-ASEAN investments and connecting investors in Southeast Asia with the rest of the world, thus promoting international business relationships and strengthening inter-nation connections,” said David Lang, CEO of Viettonkin JSC. According to the chief executive, the firm has initiated and engaged in more than 2,000 consulting projects around the globe since its inception in 2009.

While headquartered in Vietnam, the nearly 35-strong advisory group also has offices in Indonesia and Singapore.

Professional services firms in Vietnam join global groups

Meanwhile, Hanoi-based CPA Vietnam has become a local member firm of Inpact Global, an association of firms with over 160 member firms in some 250 locations in more than 70 countries. Founded in 2004, CPA Vietnam has a team of approximately 130 professionals, and previously was a member of the Moore Stephens network. 

The firm’s services include audit and assurance, accounting, licensed valuation, tax, business consulting and digital transformation. CPA Vietnam’s Audit arm conducts audits for among others large state corporations, foreign-invested enterprises and projects funded by national organisations. Its consultancy wing helps clients with among others financial management, organisation design and human resources.

Earlier this month, another Vietnam-based professional services firm – Ho Chi Minh City-based KMF Auditing Company – joined the network of Integra International.

In related news, according to a recent McKinsey & Company report, Vietnam could resume its pre-crisis growth levels by next year if a number of policies are put into place, including measures to attract some of the China-based manufacturing work as multinationals diversify their supply chains in light of learnings from the Covid-19 pandemic.