At Kingston Smith, we have the knowledge and expertise to be able to assist businesses and individuals on an international basis, whether they are overseas businesses looking to set up a UK presence or UK companies looking to expand internationally. We truly understand the dynamics of both the global and UK markets, and we endeavour to achieve the best position for our clients with their international plans. Our dedicated teams of expert advisers focused on the North America, Europe, India and other international locations are well placed to assist companies on their global expansion journey.
Coming to the UK
Kingston Smith assists overseas businesses of all sizes across varied sectors, seeking to establish themselves and expand in the UK. Our dedicated team of inward investment advisors understand that international expansion is complex and challenging. As a recommended accounting firm on the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) Advisory Network for Inward Investors and a preferred accounting partner with London & Partners, London’s official foreign investment promotion agency, we work with these organisation to ensure your transition to the UK is as seamless as possible. View our comprehensive guide to starting up in the UK.
We have the experience and connections to help clients succeed in their overseas expansion, whether it is early day understanding of a new market as a sales channel, setting up overseas offices or subsidiaries, or securing an acquisition. Our international team members take regular trips to markets across the world and are happy to introduce you to their vast global network who can assist with the cross-border needs of UK companies.
Our global footprints
Kingston Smith is part of the Moore Stephens UK and International networks, making us the go-to London-based firm of a professional network covering over 600 locations in 112 countries. Currently ranked 9th in the UK, the Moore Stephens UK network is part of Moore Stephens International, one of the world’s leading global accounting and consultancy networks, incorporating over 260 firms worldwide with combined fees in excess of US$ 3.06 billion and more than 30,000 people.