Praxity is the world’s biggest alliance of independent accountancy and consulting firms and its 7th largest accounting association*. A not-for-profit association, Praxity facilitates the sharing of expertise among its participant firms around the world.
Each participant firm hand-picks expert advisers from more than 40,000 professionals in over 100 countries. These expert advisers work together seamlessly in multidisciplinary teams across international borders to meet every client need.
Praxity participant firms have a combined turnover of US$4.75 billion. Collectively, they have achieved ten years of continuous growth.
*International Accounting Bulletin World Table 2017, excluding correspondents and non-exclusive participant firms.
• The largest, fastest growing alliance of its kind
• Dedicated to helping participant firms grow
• Truly local yet totally global
• Selective membership
• Industry-leading working groups.
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Note: The above figures are the combined totals of Praxity participant firms.
‘Can do’ attitude
What really sets Praxity apart is the ‘can do’ attitude of its participant firms. They take pride in providing a fresh perspective, working collaboratively to deliver an unmatchable service. Praxity participant firms are highly rated by their clients and peers, and committed to ‘best in class’ service cultures and satisfaction rankings in their respective regions. By working together seamlessly across multiple borders, participant firms provide clients with a truly local yet totally global service.
Praxity is organised as an international not-for-profit entity under Belgium law (a so-called IVZW or AISBL), with its registered office in Belgium. Praxity has its administrative office in Epsom, UK, which is operated under Praxity - Global Alliance Limited (company number: 07873027), a not-for-profit company registered in England and Wales, limited by guarantee, with its registered office at Suite 2, Beechwood, 57 Church Street, Epsom, Surrey KT17 4PX. Praxity does not practice the profession of public accountancy or provide audit, tax, consulting or other professional services. Services are delivered by the participant firms, which are independent separate legal entities. Praxity is not a ‘network’ within the meaning of the IESBA Code of Ethics.