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Antea adds members in Latin America and Europe

Antea has added member firms to its association in Brazil, Panama and Belgium.

Brazilian addition DHS Assesoria is based in Recife and provides audit services specialising in the retail, electronics and technology sectors. The firm counts three partners and 16 members of staff.

In Panama, BRM & Associates offers services in audit and tax specialising in the trading, financial and real estate industries.The firm counts 11 members of staff and three partners.

Brussels-based BST Reviseurs d'Entreprises has a staff of 34 and nine partners. The firm offers audit, accounting, tax and financial advisory services.

The new additions strengthen Antea's position in Europe and Latin America, two regions where the association has already a strong presence, according to Antea chairman Antoni Gómez. However interviewed for the IAB World Survey 2015, Gómez said that the association would focus in building a stronger presence in Africa and Asia-Pac.


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