Manabat Sanagustin & Co. Marks 5th Strong Year Of Operations

MANILA, Philippines - Manabat Sanagustin & Co. (MS&Co.), an independent member firm of KPMG International Cooperative, will be marking its fifth anniversary on an upbeat note buoyed by its strong performance and a rising market share that will further strengthen its position in the industry.

MS&Co. has quickly evolved into one of the leading professional services providers in the country, emerging as the no.2 auditing firm in BusinessWorld's Top 1,000 Corporations report. The company made the biggest jump among other auditing firms, managing to increase its market share to 10 percent last year while cornering the second largest number of clients out of the 1,000 companies examined in the report.

This strong roster of clientele ranges from large multinational companies to smaller firms belonging to a diverse range of industries that include food and beverage, banking and finance, business process outsourcing, automotive, construction, manufacturing and utilities among others. By leveraging on its extensive network and international affiliation, MS&Co. has earned a reputation for providing quality audit, tax and advisory services.

This has become more evident as the firm's clientele continues to swell with new companies being added to its fold year after year, even those coming from its rival firms.

"MS&Co.'s growing number of clients clearly reflects our ability to adapt to the ever-changing requirements of corporations brought about by the constantly evolving financial landscape and tax regulations. We always make sure that we provide our clients with services that are sensible, effectively suit their needs and give them the best value," said the firm's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Roberto G. Manabat.

"Our success is a result of our strong adherence to our fundamental principle of 'growth with quality' and our efficient execution of our client-focused strategy," he continued.

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