Jamaican accounting practitioners Oliver Campbell and Leroy Adams have merged their operations. The firms have taken on the name Campbell Adams and Company. The two will work to provide stability to the organization’s internal operations while exploring short- and long-term expansionary plans. “In the accounting business, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for sole practitioners to function in Jamaica,” Campbell said to the Jamaica Observer. “Included among the reasons are the international financial reporting standards and the international auditing standards.” Based in Kingston, Campbell Adams and Company offers auditing and budget reports, financial projections, corporate secretarial services and more. Following the January merger, the company acquired another accounting firm, GE Thomas and Co. in the Mandeville section of Jamaica, along with corporate secretarial services firm Company Consultants Limited.

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