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Value Add Statutory Audit Services for the Hospitality SectorPKF Phuket
PKF Thailand is a leading international accountancy and business advisory firm in Thailand. It is a member of PKF International's global family of legally independent firms. Based in Bangkok it has active branches on the Eastern Seaboard in Sri Racha, Pattaya and U Tapao, in Phuket and in Hua Hin.
With partners, management and staff many of whom have had extensive Big Four experience PKF Thailand has worked hard too establish itself as a firm of choice for many international and Thai clients. PKF Thailand is licensed by Thailand's SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) to carry out audits on public listed companies.
Our combination of traditional, hybrid and unique service offerings allows us to deliver support, insight and value at each stage of your business's development cycle. We strive to give our clients highly personalised services with a strong client-centric culture.
Legal Updates: Drafted Act on Electronic Performance of Administrative Functions
Legal Updates: Revisions of Interest Rate and Interest Calculation under the Thai Civil and Commercial Code
With no end of the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in sight, the government sector has been launching a series of measures to alleviate financial burdens and increase cash circulation in order to loosen up the economic stiffness. These measures range from legal amendments, enforcement of new tax regulations, and revisions to fiscal policies. To this same extent, on 9 March 2021, the Cabinet approved the amending of traditional provisions in the Thai Civil and Commercial Code (“TCCC”) regarding interest rates which have been enforced for over 95 years. With such aims, the Act Amending the Thai Civil and Commercial Code on the default interest calculation (“Act”) is proposed to eliminate outdated provisions that no longer accord with the evolving economy and impose an excessive burden on all stakeholders in the system.