The origins of the company date back to 1990 and the start of the economic and political transformations in Poland when Andrew Kinast, a UK qualified Chartered Accountant set up an accounting and audit practise in Poland. In 1993 the firm joined the Grant Thornton network and Andrew was the managing partner until 2008. In that year Andrew decided to leave the Grant Thornton network in order to be able to concentrate on providing high value advisory services to Western investors.
The firm is a member of IAPA, a global association of independent accountancy and business advisory firms (www.iapa.net).
As work continues on changes to the Tax Administration legislation (Ordynacja Podatkowa) important changes have been implemented to corporate and personal tax and to VAT.
In today’s business environment fraud and misreporting of financial and commercial data is an ever present risk. In particular the ever increasing use of the internet both for communication and storage of data leads to the possibility of fraud.
A new service aimed at assisting foreign investors in understanding the subtle differences of how to target cliencts in Poland.
Sets out the issues involved in conducting business in Poland.