Indo-UK business specialists along with the UK top 20 chartered accountants and business advisers, Kingston Smith held their 10th anniversary Diwali reception at a stylish central London Indian restaurant last week. The Kingston Smith Diwali reception, which has become a must-attend event on the India-UK business corridor, was this year attended by more than 150 people.
Prominent guests included senior UK representatives of the leading Indian tech firms and business houses and Bollywood film-maker, Shekar Kapur. Chandru Iyer, Head of International Business Development at Kingston Smith welcomed the guests to the reception while Senior Partner, Martin Muirhead explained the significance of the Diwali festival and how India has become a very important market for the firm. The Deputy Mayor of London for business, Rajesh Agrawal was the keynote speaker. He has very eloquently emphasised the importance of the Indian business community’s contribution to the UK economy.
Kingston Smith’s close relationship with India started nearly 30 years ago when the firm began advising one of India’s leading commercial enterprises doing business in the UK. The firm’s clients now include numerous British businesses exploring opportunities in the Indian market and Indian businesses investing in the UK. Kingston Smith advises on compliance, international business structures, tax and corporate finance issues to help clients achieve their commercial goals. For more details, please visit www.kingstonsmith.co.uk