InCorp Advisory – India’s leading corporate service provider expands its capabilities and establishes its presence in Bengaluru, India via the acquisition of VKCA Group.
Incorporated in the year 1990, VKCA Group provides services to more than 500 companies locally.
InCorp India along with VKCA will strive to provide tech-enabled assurance and advisory services to clients through the use of AI-enabled tools which will enhance the service delivery network and bring cutting-edge value to clients through efficiency, agility and cost mobilization.
With the acquisition of VKCA, InCorp India is now a 300 member team comprising of Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Lawyers and MBAs who will provide a full spectrum of non-audit services like:
- India company incorporation
- Regulatory and company secretarial services
- Transfer pricing in India
- India Payroll management
- Family Office Management
- Investment Banking, M&As, transaction, tax and business advisory.
“With expansion of operations at core, I believe that this partnership with VKCA group will contribute significantly towards the growth prospects of InCorp Advisory in India. VKCA has a diversified expertise of more than three decades in Bengaluru across major sectors of the advisory profession. Our combined strength of more than 300 professionals are capable of executing the full suite of our advisory services seamlessly across states.” – Manish Modi, CEO, InCorp India
Adding more on the acquisition, Vinay Mruthyunjaya, Senior Partner, VKCA said
“With a view to upscale our reach into the global market, we are delighted to join hands with InCorp group, a leading corporate solutions provider across South East Asia. With InCorp Advisory as a local partner, we plan to expand our reach through the western part of India, and effectively throughout India via organic and inorganic growth. Through our enhanced geographical reach, we will be well equipped to cater to clients and industries having segmented operations in India as well as providing specialized services across states.”