Baker Tilly Nepal
A member firm of Baker Tilly International (the world’s eighth largest accountancy network with more than 642 offices in 125 countries), Baker Tilly Nepal is the only full member of top ten international accounting firms in the country. Baker Tilly International has its headquarter in London and its office network is managed and operated by its more than 24,000 employees. It is also one of the largest networks in the world by fee income.
The team of professionals in its Nepal office provides services to numerous government, private sector and international agencies in Nepal making it one of the major service providers to banks, financial institutions and to private sector enterprises.
Baker Tilly Nepal was started in 2009 by a team of experienced seniors and energetic young professionals consisting of Chartered Accountants, ACCAs, Lawyers, MBAs and tax professionals with the aim of providing top class tax, accounting and financial consultancy services to local businesses, foreign investors and public sector organizations. It offers complete service to the businesses and companies of any size or structure, be it mid-sized privately owned business, an international organization working in Nepal, a part of multinational looking for specialist advice or a regulated public organization.
With practice in all major fields of accounting and auditing, it offers various specialized services including financial management, taxation, acquisitions, mergers and reconstructions, IAS/ IFRS reporting and internal audit.
The range of services offered by Baker Tilly Nepal includes Audit and Assurance, Risk Management, IFRS Reporting, Taxation, Corporate Finance, Business Startup Services, Business Advisory and HR Services, Legal Services and Corporate Training. Be it a multinational company planning to open a branch in Nepal or a foreign company in process of bidding for a contract or looking for investing here in the country, Baker Tilly Nepal offers its services to the companies in order to help them with the issues to be addressed before setting up the company such as legal structure for business in Nepal, transfer pricing rules, repatriation procedures, expat taxation rules, visa procedures or other difficulties that might occur while dealing with government authorities.
Dedicated to the needs of the specific sectors, the firm also provides specialist advices for a range of sectors in Nepal and helps to achieve the company objectives by providing accurate, informed an appropriate advice to the company. The firm has been involved in various sectors such as Commercial Banks and Financial Institutions, Insurance Companies, INGOs and Donor Organizations, Medical College, Hospitals, Educational Institutions, Hydro Power, Hotel, Tourism and Leisure, Manufacturing, Retail, Construction and Public Sector.
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