- Moores Rowland history goes back to 1866 when Edward Moore established his accounting firm and 1875 when C H Nevill established his firm in UK. To preserve the heritage of the historic name, build on the achievements and update its mission, the firm’s opened a branch in Wyoming, USA and another branch in Ras Al-Khaimah, UAE.
- The company appoints professionals to perform projects related to the fields of services provided in, Audit, accounting, taxes, financial advisory, management consulting, outsourcing, legal services, business advisory, corporate governance services, international financial reporting standards (IFRS), International standards on auditing (ISAs), Fiscal advisory, international affairs advisory, transfer pricing, system implementation, human resources consulting, business buy-in and business buyout services, mergers and acquisitions, cyber security services as well liquidation of companies.
- During the 2009 there was a merger between part of Moores Rowland members and another firm and the liberty was given to members to choose between merging and continuing on their own.
- Members who decided to stay on board of Moores Rowland continued providing their services and today, as of 2017, we were able to regain the ranking of being one of the biggest firms in the world.
- Our network has been meeting expectation in the world since more than 75 years and we were established since more than 150 years.
Moores Rowland Network Association (MRI) aims to expand globally to provide its members with resources to assist clients worldwide and reduce the uncertainty by bringing together a more significant number of resources to work on a problem. MRI members operate as independent members. The above opens up expanding the knowledge by learning from others’ success, attaining new clients, and telling others about our business. It’s beneficial and essential in today’s competitive environment
- Use of the Brand name: full member firms may sign in Moores Rowland’s name, a name that goes back to more than 160 years of credibility.
- Exchange of knowledge: through sharing country-specific accounting, tax, auditing, legal and advisory services experience.
- Improve management practice: by sharing best practices applied in professional service management on succession planning, people, culture, and exposure to quality professional
- Sharing credentials: MRI shares with full members its credentials to get new job opportunities and propose to new industries that were not in their client base.
- Ability to bid on international tenders: as a member of the association network, a firm can bid for tenders that were not previously available due to a lack of support
- Referral capacity: refers clients to members in other jurisdictions, so members make more money through referrals.
- International Networking: a client may spread the word to other entrepreneurs that they use an international firm, and word of mouth referrals can turn into new clients.
- Multi-firm engagements: working with multiple firms worldwide to serve clients and provide the services they need for all of their operations.
- Marketing material sharing: members will be able to use marketing material to launch their services and raise awareness of its importance.
- Expand services capacity: through referring clients to members within the association network that provide advisory services in risk management, litigation, arbitration, intellectual property, digital forensic, headhunting, cybersecurity, etc.
- Personalized attention in referrals: MRI clients are referred to a firm’s partner who personally looks after the needs of the referred client; MRI pride is self with personalized services to its clients, distinguishing itself from the big firms. Personal attention makes clients feel comfortable, well cared for, and safe while receiving exceptional services
- Global needs: a client prefers to hire a firm that belongs to an international association. This way, the client will secure support after future growth.
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