About SRF

Sveriges Redovisningskonsulters Förbund, SRF, is the association of Swedish Accounting consultants and was formed in 1936. SRF is the country’s leading organisation in the field of Financial and Accounting Consultancy. Today SRF has 4 000 Authorized Accountants as members active all over Sweden and a total of 6 000 members, engaged by more than 300 000 Swedish and overseas companies.

SRF demand that all their consultants are highly qualified, with a commitment to quality in their work as well as personal development. A consultant’s competence for the roll is thoroughly screened during recruitment stage.

SRFs ethics are underpinned by the rigorous pursuit of quality, in addition to the continual update of its members’ knowledge base through training and development. This is crucial in their role as a company’s advisor and partner.

An Authorized Accountant must follow the Swedish standard of accountance, called Reko. That and the continually qualitychecks made by SRF every sixth year at each of the authorized members, gives a qualitystamp to the profession.

SRF place high expectations upon their members, which means that the customer can feel secure that they are guaranteed expertise at exactly the right level. Our aim is that a consultant approved by the organisation is an automatic choice for the small businessman.

We strive towards continual growth and development within the field, carefully monitoring the latest trends in the area of Finance and Accounting, as well as playing an active roll in government legislation through close co-operation with government authorities and organisations. Through our extensive range of education and tuition we are able to ensure that our members remain at the cutting edge of the field, which further reinforces the trust and faith of our customers.

The association is the owner of two companies responsible for the running of the operational businesses, SRF Utbildning and SRF Servicebyrå AB. The companies are located in Stockholm and Falun.

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