KLR & Dezan Shira Announce Joint China Advisory Services for New England

PROVIDENCE, RI – KLR (Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co., Ltd.), one of New England’s largest CPA and business consulting firms, and Dezan Shira & Associates (Dezan Shira), one of the largest business advisory firms in Asia, announce a joint services agreement, whereby the two firms have agreed to cooperate and exchange office space. The two firms will serve both regions to deliver China-based accounting, tax, and consulting solutions to companies in the New England marketplace, as well as encourage inbound Asian investment into the New England region.

The exchange of office space allows KLR a presence in China and Dezan Shira a presence in Boston and Providence to better serve New England Businesses.

KLR’s relationship with Dezan Shira is a reflection of KLR’s commitment to continuously serve the needs of its clients and this growing market. Concurrently, this relationship demonstrates Dezan Shira’s commitment to providing immediate, real-time assistance to its clients in New England. Together, KLR and DSA will be able to provide enhanced value to clients executing a China-based strategy.

“We have always been well positioned to provide international tax services and now we are bringing even more value to our clients by adding the experience of the Dezan Shira team”, says Paul Oliveira, Shareholder and Director of Tax Services. “We not only possess the technical expertise but we are also well versed in both cultures and languages.”

“For over 20 years now, approximately 50 percent of Dezan Shira & Associates’ clients in Asia have originated from the United States,” comments Chris Devonshire-Ellis, Founding Partner of Dezan Shira & Associates. “We continue to work with both the U.S. government and the private sector to increase U.S. trade with Asia, and we are delighted that our already strong relationship with KLR in Boston has developed into this mutually beneficial partnership. We look forward to working with Paul and his team in assisting U.S. companies profit from their trade relationships throughout Asia.”

The two firms will jointly cooperate to provide services to New England based companies who are doing business in China and Hong Kong. The firms will work together on joint marketing and education efforts in the New England region.

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