DCS Chartered Accountants Joins Alliott Group North America
Alliott Group North America, a division of Alliott Group, A Worldwide Network of Independent Firms, announced the admission of DCS Chartered Accountants to its membership.
The admission of DCS brings the membership to twenty-six in the North American Region.
DCS is a highly experienced team of Chartered Accountants, tax consultants, chartered business valuators and professional advisors serving the unique needs of small- to medium-sized, privately owned and operated businesses.
"We're not the largest firm in our market - and that is our competitive edge," said Ron Rick, CA, Founding Partner of DCS. "We're a mid-sized business committed to helping other mid-sized businesses succeed. That's why Alliott Group membership is such a great opportunity for us - we can learn the best practices of other firms similar in size and strength to us, and we can offer global services to our clients like the multinational firms."
"It's a real pleasure to have a strong, innovative firm like DCS join Alliott Group North America," said Jon Meyer, Managing Partner of Jones, Nale & Mattingly, PLC in Louisville, Kentucky and Executive Director of Alliott Group North America. "DCS is the kind of firm we want in Alliott Group - combining state-of-the-art global services with close, personal relationships with long standing clients. Their knowledge and experience will be a real asset for our organization."
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