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BDO admits Kosovo member

BDO has admitted a member firm in Kosovo, initiated by BDO Croatia, with the co-operation of local firm AAT Consulting.

BDO Kosovo provides audit, risk assessment and internal audit services, as well as consulting and foreign investor services.

“Although the situation remains challenging, the government is undertaking various reforms and we can expect an increasing number of national businesses to be ready to compete in both regional and global markets in the not too distant future,” BDO’s global head of network development Martin van Roekel said.

Van Roekel said the establishment of the Kosovo firm forms part of BDO’s growth plans in the region and the network expects more firms to join in the area soon.

“Kosovo is growing fast, on all levels, and I am optimistic that our new firm will be able to provide the services its economy requires within a relatively short period of time,” Van Roekel added.

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