Our structure

Firm types

Member Firms

Kreston member firms are separate independent firms and are responsible for the professional services they provide.

Kreston operates a globally directed quality review programme covering member firms. Member firms have access to Kreston International's training and seminars and can apply to use the Kreston name.

Kreston does not provide professional services in any territory and is not responsible for the services provided by any member firm. No member firm is responsible for the services or activities of any other member firm. Member firms of Kreston may consist of more than one legal entity.

For the purposes of the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA) Code of Ethics, only member firms are considered to be part of the Kreston International Network.

Correspondent Firms

Kreston will, in some cases, enter into relationships with firms referred to as “correspondent firms” to perform certain services on behalf of member firms' clients. Correspondent firms are not member firms of Kreston and are not subject to the globally directed quality control review programme.

Correspondent firms are not permitted to use the Kreston name.

For the purposes of the IESBA Code of Ethics, correspondent firms are not considered to be part of the Kreston International Network.


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