Hill Rogers, an active and founding member of international association KS International (KSi) is delighted to announce that it has significantly expanded its international reach, following the merger of KSi with another leading association, Morison International (MI), to form Morison KSi.

Hill Rogers will have an even-greater geographical reach, with 375 offices in 88 countries, and immediate access to an increased pool of 8,990 international specialists to service clients’ increasing international needs.

“Being a member of the merged association, Morison KSi, gives us access to an even stronger offering of international services, skills and service line experience – allowing us to exceed our clients’ expectations.” says John Wilcox, Executive Chairman and Director of Hill Rogers.

“Member firms are extremely excited about this significant development. The improved skills and experience which are now available to them will help them further service their clients’ international needs – a truly effective alternative to the big four and other international groups.” says Liza Robbins, CEO of Morison KSi.

Both associations are well known for their focus on high quality members.  The merger will see a combined total of 164 member firms all, with vast experience in dealing with cross-border assignments.  The merger, which will create a US$1 billion strong international association, will be effective as of 1 April 2016.