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International Presence

If youre facing multi-jurisdictional challenges around global mobility, tax, employer responsibilities, accounting or other issues, we’ll save you the hassle of searching for international advice the right people are already available in our expert teams and across our Reach Network. 

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  • Neil Dinnes
    Meet the team

    The team

  • Start-ups. Entrepreneurs. SMES. Privately Owned & Listed Businesses. Multinationals. Public & Social Sector Organisations. 

    Who we can help

  • International Presence. Global Mobility & Payroll. Inward Investors. Relocating to the UK. International Private Client. UK Exporters. Brexit. International Tax. Virtual Finance Function. International Audit. Corporate Finance. 

    How we can help

WELCOME TO A WORLD OF GOOD ADVICE

AAB works with multinational clients across the globe, so it’s only logical that we have a comprehensive and highly effective support network that work alongside our International teams to serve them, wherever in the world they operate. 

We draw on the resources of a powerful global network that has trusted specialist contacts in hundreds of countries. Their local knowledge of tax, accounting, financial and business matters, as well as their all-important cultural insights, allows us to integrate their on-the-spot expertise with our own considerable international experience, to provide an exceptionally useful, flexible and wide-ranging global service. 

MEET OUR GLOBAL PARTNERS

AAB is a member of Accelerate, a Business Associate of Crowe Global, which is a leading international network of independent accounting and consulting firms.

We are also a member of The International Accounting Group (TIAG), an international alliance of independent, value-driven accounting firms. TIAG and TAG Alliances have been consistently ranked among the Top Three Accounting Alliances globally by Accountancy Age. 

These memberships are much more than a loose collection of national and international firms. We are part of a cohesive and respected global network, with a unified approach to helping businesses and individuals succeed, wherever they are in the world. 

In practice, this means that wherever you are located, we are almost certain to have the expertise you seek.  

HOW IT WORKS

We will support you with a seamless advisory and compliance service, whether you’re looking to set up abroad or are already established. You’ll benefit from our proactive approach to developing your international plans and prompt, practical responses to the queries that inevitably arise as part of doing business globally. 

Although the support may originate from several different resources, it will be:  

  • coordinated and tailored by us to ensure it meets your specific needs 
  • provided in the unified format that you prefer  
  • delivered to you from a single source – AAB.  

We will project manage everything and you’ll have the convenience of a single contract and invoice, no matter how many of our global specialist partners have contributed. 

  • Commercially driven tax and financial advice provided by people who understand my business and who care about its success. A dedicated partner led team of real advisors with real commercial focus.

    Derek Smith, Maritime Developments Limited

  • AAB deliver on time, every time and respond promptly to my queries and needs. I would, and have, recommended AAB to businesses who have since joined them.

    Graham Mackie, Dales Engineering Services Limited

  • Having AAB as our business partners gives me peace of mind as they listen, participate and work with us to ensure our goals are achieved.

    Gillian Irvine, NorDan

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