Customs team move from Bolliger & Co Consulting to KPMG Thailand
KPMG in Thailand continues its expansion by hiring a team of professionals from a Bangkok-based consulting firm Bolliger & Company Consulting Limited.
The addition, to be effective as of 16 March 2020, will significantly strengthen KPMG’s current customs and supply chain services capabilities and solidify its presence as one of the largest and most trusted professional services firms in Thailand.
“KPMG in Thailand’s move on the country’s customs scene is aimed at further enhancing how it can help businesses with the ever-increasing complexity of customs requirements and international trade regulations while meeting the highest standards of compliance. I am delighted to welcome our new partner, Malika Bhumivarn, and her team. Their wealth of experience will further strengthen KPMG in Thailand’s customs capabilities,” said Charoen Phosamritlert, Chief Executive Officer, KPMG in Thailand, Myanmar and Laos.
“KPMG’s motivated and committed team of experienced advisers helps clients navigate customs requirements and solve complex issues. Having Malika and her team join us will help position our customs services as one of the firm’s core services. The synergies of our combined strengths as well as the resources of our global network will allow us to meet the unique needs of our clients,” said Benjamas Kullakattimas, Partner, Head of Tax & Legal, KPMG in Thailand.
“I am excited to be part of KPMG’s rapidly expanding service offerings. I believe my customs and supply chain expertise, when teamed with KPMG’s network and resources, will be of strategic assistance to clients as they work through the current complex business environment,” said Malika Bhumivarn, Tax Partner, KPMG in Thailand.
“This growth reflects how KPMG in Thailand constantly evolves in order to respond to market demands and expectations. In the future, we will add more offerings to our existing services,” said Charoen Phosamritlert.