Accounting Firms in Australia: ECOVIS Clark Jacobs makes the Top 100 Firms
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Accounting Firms in Australia: ECOVIS Clark Jacobs makes the Top 100 Firms

ECOVIS Clark Jacobs has again been named in the Australian Financial Review’s Top 100 Accounting Firms, ranking #58 for 2021. Published each year in November, the AFR’s list ranks accounting firms by total revenue for the financial year, but also examines revenue growth, new partners and number of graduates. They also review the industry trends for that year, scrutinizing movements within the sector and what this means for accountants and their clients.

ECOVIS Clark Jacobs has been part of the AFR’s Top 100 for the past 15 years. Ten years ago, the Firm was ranked #90 in Australia and has gradually improved its position through the years.

Our business has grown significantly during the past decade and the AFR’s Top 100 has documented our development as we’ve moved up the list. It’s exciting to see the progress year-on-year, particularly considering the calibre of firms on the list.
David Conley, Director, ECOVIS Clark Jacobs in Sydney

While offering an extensive range of services, ECOVIS Clark Jacobs has developed particular expertise in providing services to clients in the specialised sectors of medicine, dentistry, law and financial services.

They also provide a comprehensive offering for offshore companies wanting to expand into Australia, advising on everything from trading structures to tax registrations and insurance, and helping with ongoing business needs such as an outsourced finance, admin and payroll function. They can also assist with resident director services, to satisfy this legal requirement when a foreign enterprise doesn’t have a director residing in Australia.

For further information please contact:

David Conley, Director

Email: david.conley@ecovis.com.au

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Contact us:

David Conley
ECOVIS Clark Jacobs
1 Market Street
NSW 2000 Sydney
Phone: +61 2 9264 1111
www.ecovis.com/australia