Completion of rebrand sees Vistra solidify presence in Australia
Following the acquisition of the Compliance division of Foster Raffan by Vistra in May, the boutique chartered accounting firm today rebranded to Vistra Foster Raffan. Based in Sydney, Australia, the division specialises in providing accounting, business planning and monitoring, payroll and company secretarial services, superannuation administration and tax compliance to foreign companies entering the Australian market.
Vivien Tang will assume the role as Head of International Expansion for Vistra in Australia while the team of 17 staff will remain the same with no changes to the services provided and the same team supporting clients.
Vivien Tang commented on the rebranding “I am delighted to have officially rebranded to Vistra as cements the link to the rest of the Vistra global network. As such, it represents a new chapter for all of us, where we continue to develop with the support of our new colleagues at Vistra."
Vincent Bremmer, Group Managing Director, International Expansion added “The wealth of industry knowledge that Vivien and her team will bring to Vistra will be instrumental as we solidify and grow our foundation in Australia. Not only can we introduce clients to Vistra Foster Raffan from our global network but now Vivien and her team can satisfy the needs of Australian firms looking to expand abroad."
Martin Crawford, CEO of Vistra also added “The International Expansion division of Vistra is our fastest growing business. Having an operational presence in Australia is a critical piece of the jigsaw for our business and it makes sense for it to carry the Vistra brand to encourage referrals from the rest of our network to Australia and vice versa. We are very excited to welcome Vivien and her team into the Vistra family and to call on their talent and experience to enhance our global service offering."
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