Moore Stephens expands the network in Bahrain

A reception was held at the Bahrain Conference Centre at the Crowne Plaza to mark the event and was attended by Richard Moore, Chairman of Moore Stephens International, John Adcock, Chairman of Moore Stephens Middle East and Majeed Shaji, Managing Partner of Moore Stephens Bahrain.

During the reception the Undersecretary transfers Minister’s speech, expressed the government’s praises of efforts and activities of the commercial sector in the Kingdom of Bahrain, noting the important role that can be played by Moore Stephens and announced that PKF Bahrain, the 19 year old public accounting firm, has joined the Moore Stephens network as a member firm in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Majeed Shaji, Managing Partner of Moore Stephens Bahrain said: “Joining the Moore Stephens International network will undoubtedly add value to our ambitious plans for the future.”

In his address, Richard Moore, Chairman of Moore Stephens International said: “We are very excited at this new addition to the international network and I am confident that by linking our international expertise with that of the local firm, we will be able to assist in serving the needs of businesses of Bahrain’s growing economy.”


John Adcock, Chairman of Moore Stephens Middle East, welcomed the new firm to the network and said that the 27 offices across 14 countries in the Middle East region will work together to render high quality personalised services.

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