TPA Horwath Romania has for the third year running been awarded the “Grand Prize for 2013”, the official acknowledgement granted by the CECCAR, the body of licensed and expert accountants in Romania, for the best accounting practice in Romania.
The award was announced during the Forum for Small and Medium Practices, which took place in Bucharest on 21 September on the occasion of the National Day of the Romanian Accountant. The assessment criteria for nominated companies included turnover, number of employees and number of clients, as well as the complexity and quality of service.
The Forum’s main topic of discussion this year was “The reputation and credibility of accounting as a profession in Romania”, which involved a complex analysis of the role of small and medium practices and CECCAR members in the sustainable development of the business environment.
TPA Horwath is one of the leading accounting, tax advisory and auditing services companies in Austria and Central and South Eastern Europe. Headquartered in Austria, the TPA Horwath Group is active on 11 European markets: Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.
TPA Horwath entered the Romanian market in 2007 and currently boasts a team of 6 partners and 85 accountants, auditors, tax and legal advisors, all working from its offices in Bucharest.
TPA Horwath is one of the largest tax advisory and auditing services companies in Austria and Central and South Eastern Europe. In total the TPA Horwath Group has approximately 1,000 employees in 11 countries (Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia).
Since 1995 TPA Horwath has been a member of Crowe Horwath International, a worldwide association of legally independent tax consultants, accountants, auditors and business consultants. This network has 167 corporate members with 650 offices in over 100 countries and is one of the “Top Ten” consultancy networks worldwide.