Reeves gets international recognition for work in Beijing
Reeves, the Kent-based accounting and financial services
firm, has received recognition of its work at a conference in
Accounting network Kreston International honoured the Kent-based
firm at its annual awards dinner in Beijing.
Reeves’ partners also received recognition. Clive Stevens,
managing partner, was hailed for his contribution over the last
seven years as chairman of Kreston International. He stepped down
this year but remains a director.
David Ashman, Reeves’ partnership chairman, received special
recognition for his voluntary service to the Soldiers, Sailors,
Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) Forces Help.
The Kreston Vat group, led by Reeves’ Greg Mayne, director of
indirect tax, won the Special Interest Group of the Year award for
achieving “the most to date since inception and demonstrating
excellence in the delivery of Vat and duty solutions across
It was also noted that Reeves had generated more pieces of
international work into the network than any other firm.
This is not the first time that Reeves has been recognised for
In 2011, the firm was named International Referrer of the Year
and in 2010 won the Largest International Work Recruitment
Mr Stevens said he was delighted with the awards.
“The links that have been forged between independent firms
around the world add a powerful extra dimension for our clients by
providing global coverage and removing the need to negotiate
cultural divides. We are very proud to be a part of Kreston”.
Mr Mayne added that the award reflected “the hard work and
commitment of key individuals in forging really strong links
between member firms and countries to provide high quality
responses and services to clients and colleagues. I look forward to
building on this recognition and continuing to extend the group in
terms of numbers and level of work referrals.”
Kreston International is a worldwide network of experienced,
independent accounting firms, each with its own established client
There are member firms in more than 90 countries and the network
has more than 700 offices and 20,000 staff worldwide.
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