PKF Thailand

PKF Thailand is a leading international accountancy and business advisory firm in Thailand. It is a member of PKF International's global family of legally independent firms. Based in Bangkok it has active branches on the Eastern Seaboard in Sri Racha, Pattaya and U Tapao, in Phuket and in Hua Hin.

With partners, management and staff many of whom have had extensive Big Four experience PKF Thailand has worked hard to establish itself as a firm of choice for many international and Thai clients. PKF Thailand is licensed by Thailand's SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) to carry out audits on public listed companies.

Our combination of traditional, hybrid and unique service offerings allows us to deliver support, insight and value at each stage of your business's development cycle. We strive to give our clients highly personalised services with a strong client-centric culture.

2021-09-09

Legal Updates: Extending the Enforcement Period for Another 3 Years to Modify the Non-Qualifying Building for Hotel Business

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2021-08-20

Legal Updates: Enforcement of the Prohibited Importation of Used Motorcycles into the Kingdom

To tackle the increase of air pollution, traffic safety, and illegally disassembly of motorcycles to sell the spare parts in which cannot be fully taxed by the Thai government, thus, the Cabinet has approved the drafting of the basic principle on 25 May 2021, that will eventually become the Notification of Ministry of Commerce Regarding Prescription of Used Motorcycles as Goods Prohibited to be Imported into the Kingdom B.E. 2564 (2021) (“Notification”). Under which, the Notification was promulgated on 11 August 2021 by the Mistry of Commerce.

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2021-08-10

Compensation Schemes for Social Security Assistance

The cabinet of ministers has approved the compensation scheme for the secured employer and employee according to Section 33 on July 20, 2021. The Social Security Office (“SSO”) has been allocated this compensation as part of the Royal Decree that authorizes the Ministry of Finance to lend capital to solve a problem, alleviate, and regenerate the economy and society that has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.  

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