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Allinial Global Welcomes Two New Members

Allinial Global is pleased to welcome two new member firms to its EMEIA region

Evolutis Compta & Conseils – Abidjan, Ivory Coast

With both French and English language capabilities, Evolutis Compta & Conseils ranks among the top 20 firms in the Ivory Coast in terms of revenue and staff numbers. Offering expertise in petroleum and oil, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and distribution, trading, and IT, the firm provides high-quality audit, assurance, tax, financial reporting, and consulting services to small, medium, and large companies and individuals. 

Platin Outsourcing – Istanbul, Turkey

Established in 2003 to provide accounting and payroll services to multinational and local clients, Platin is now a leading ISO-registered outsourcing business that serves a customer base of over 300 clients. The firm’s highly qualified team serves a broad array of sectors ranging from manufacturing and trading to financial services, as well as a variety of global brands like Hilton, Tetra Pak, and The New York Times.

“We’re pleased to welcome these new members and confident that their unique skill sets and reputation for client-centric service will enrich the Allinial Global community. Stay tuned, because there’s more good news to come as we continue to exercise our growth strategy and expand membership in key economic centers”, commented Terry Snyder, President and CEO, Allinial Global.

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