Our Firms Expertise
Select a service from the dropdown box below to find out if Praxity's firms could help you.
Take a look at the range of services and expertise that is available from firms across the Alliance – with specialist skills in nearly 60 separate accountancy and consulting disciplines, you’ll be sure to find someone in the Praxity Alliance to help.
Services are provided by Praxity’s independent member ‘Participant’ firms.
By seamlessly sharing international expertise, they can access unrivalled professional support to help their clients navigate complex business and tax affairs across multiple borders worldwide. They are free to hand-pick expert advisers from over 817 offices in over 120 countries, forming multi-disciplinary teams to meet every client need – locally, nationally and globally.
Wherever you are located, whatever sectors you operate in, and whenever you need standard, regulatory or even ad-hoc support, a Praxity Participant firm can deliver a fully coordinated cost-effective and competitive service that draws on the very best mix of regional and technical experts – as few or as many people with the skills your assignment requires.
Statutory audit is a mainstay service of every professional accounting services firm. However, in today’s climate a single local perspective is often not enough, especially for those exploring opportunities to grow across borders. Praxity's Participant firms provide clients and critical stakeholders with assurance that annual audit and financial reporting requirements are both compliant and fairly presented, in each and every country.
For a seamless service, your appointed firm will continue to manage the entire audit process, collaborating with other Praxity member firms and specialists across the globe.
Here is the range of audit and assurance expertise available from firms across the Alliance:
- assurance services
- corporate governance and risk advisory
- IFRS assistance
- integrated reporting
- internal audit
- local and international GAAPs
- management accounting
- statutory audit – PIE
- statutory audit – other non-PIE
Understanding local, let alone international, tax challenges is never easy. Particularly when you are trying to maintain and develop a profitable business while responding to regulatory changes and cross-border tax regimes. Thankfully, Praxity firms can help. Drawing on the expertise of specialists in each key jurisdiction, participant firms offer a more holistic approach and can pull in any combination of personal, corporate, sales tax and transfer pricing professionals, as you need them – advisors who can inform, educate and complement your own internal financial talent. Here is a range of the tax expertise available from firms across the Alliance:
- corporate tax advisory and planning
- cross-border tax advisory
- employment tax, share schemes and allied compliance and planning
- global mobility
- personal and private tax – advisory and planning
- tax compliance
- tax dispute resolution
- transfer pricing
- VAT and indirect tax
Praxity has also teamed up with the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation (IBFD) to produce over 100 country-specific tax guides for firm in the Alliance to refer to and share with clients.
Alongside rigorously researched data and guidance on business investment, individual and corporate rates and regulations, these user-friendly booklets also feature background information about the socio-demographics, economy, culture and distinctive business characteristics of each country.
You can access this these Tax Guides here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The daily pressures that business management teams face are the same worldwide. Participants within the Praxity Alliance help alleviate some of these stresses, through the core specialist services they can provide to meet business accounting, tax, financial management and consulting needs.
This can be the ideal cost-effective solution if you’re looking to grow your business. As well as removing the burden of compliance chores, Praxity Participants can also introduce greater efficiency, cost control and effective management. Leaving you to focus on what counts – revenue-generating activities. Services available from firms across the Alliance include:
- accounting and bookkeeping
- business performance indicators and Improvements
- CFO services
- company secretarial
- compliance services
- cyber security
- IT consulting and services
- recruitment services
Whatever the stage of your business development, from start up to sale, advisors from firms across the Alliance can help.
Praxity member firms work with innovative companies around the world, helping them to grow. Specialists can support clients as they explore the available options, providing a full range of lead advisory or transactional services as projects progress.
Corporate finance specialists enjoy longstanding relationships with clients, investors and statutory bodies. Because of the global reach, Participants and their clients can access expertise in most industry sectors, including media, healthcare, technology, construction, waste, leisure, and financial services. They can start preliminary conversations, liaise with business counterparts and efficiently manage each step of the transactional process.
If business falters, Praxity firms are well placed to mitigate damage to commercial reputation and minimise interruptions to business and any resulting economic loss. Even when the worst appears inevitable, business may be rescued and firms in the Alliance share many decades of experience in the specialist field of corporate recovery and insolvency. They can present and clarify the available options – ranging from corporate restructuring (informal or formal proposal), receivership, liquidation or bankruptcy – enabling businesses to select the course of action that best meets the needs of their stakeholders.
It’s not only businesses and organisations that face complex management and investment decisions. High net worth individuals face increasingly complex challenges in relation to estate planning and assets. Praxity Participants assist with structuring and administering international trusts and fiduciary solutions that best meet individual’s financial objectives, ensuring assets are kept secure and trust vehicles are managed in line with local regulations.
- climate-related risk management and disclosures
- corporate recovery and insolvency
- corporate responsibility
- cross border transactions
- dispute services
- due diligence
- European law
- forensic investigations
- fraud prevention and detection
- human rights and business
- IP and brand valuations
- IPO, ICO, MBO, MBI and crowdfunding
- ISO and other Internationally recognised certification
- litigation support
- mergers and acquisitions
- PPP/PPI [public-private partnerships/initiatives]
- supply-chain verification
- trust administration private and corporate
- trust set up
Although Praxity is the world’s largest alliance of independent accounting and consulting firms, those participant firms are firmly in the middle market. This makes them uniquely placed to help their small to mid-market clients by offering insight from their own experience as well as by sharing expertise with like-minded Alliance firms across international borders.
They can help with all the distinctive common challenges faced by firms in this market across the globe – economic uncertainty, rising costs, difficulties accessing finance, keeping up with new technology, and compliance.
They can help calculate the true economic value of enterprises – whether its tangible and intangible assets or intellectual property. Sound and often highly specialist industry knowledge helps clients make their business more successful and valuable.
Member firms can assist in developing financial strategies that generate the capital so often required to grow smaller private or family businesses. Members can help advise on fundraising for new ventures, assist with mergers, acquisitions, restructuring or disposal.
- asset value maintenance
- corporate control services
- corporate succession
- early stage finance
- family business
- financial consulting
- insolvency and administration support
- IPO, flotation and offerings
- private equity
- strategy planning
- succession planning
- wealth planning