Lambert Chapman LLP are members of IAPA International

IAPA International is a leading global association of independent accountancy and business advisory firms representing the expertise of over 200 member firms in some 300 offices and 70 countries around the world.

Firms selected for membership are known for their entrepreneurial flair, integrity and commitment to providing high quality solutions. Being part of IAPA International helps our clients expand across national boundaries, granting access to first-hand knowledge of local regulations, culture and customs.

Through our fellow members, Lambert Chapman can provide the highest quality accounting, tax and consulting services, providing you with effective local and global solutions to achieve your unique business objectives.

Our membership of IAPA allows us to operate as a global team, assisting with virtually any business need, including:

  • Assessing business opportunities in foreign markets
  • Eliminating barriers of language and commercial customs
  • Identifying potential worldwide business partners
  • Providing comprehensive services for start-ups
  • Tax planning and compliance, dealing with local tax authority inquiries
  • Offering expatriate administration and immigration services
  • Assisting with relocation and orientation, offering a global co-ordination programme
  • Outsourcing, along with HR compliance and remuneration and benefits
  • Delivering public sector assignments
  • Advising on family business complexities

Whatever your business, we can help you operate efficiently, by taking advantage of global opportunities, granting you with the security that your business interests are being looked after by IAPA International members.

More information on IAPA members, including case studies, can be found on the IAPA website:

Global Support. Local Knowledge.

Nigel Whittle | Partner | Lambert Chapman LLP


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