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Belrosaudit joins Russell Bedford in Minsk

Russell Bedford  welcomes the appointment of Belrosaudit as its member firm in Minsk, Republic of Belarus

Belrosaudit, previously a member of Nexia International, is one of the leading audit firms in the Republic of Belarus, ranked in the top 15 by audit revenues.

The firm was established in the capital, Minsk, in 1998, and is highly focused on external auditing. It has more than 300 audit clients, of whom around half are defined as public interest entities, including several publicly listed companies.

The firm’s client base covers a broad range of sectors, including manufacturing, energy, oil and gas and services. In addition to auditing, the firm also provides accounting and tax consulting and compliance services.

Speaking of the appointment, Russell Bedford CEO Stephen Hamlet said: “It is my pleasure to welcome Belrosaudit to our expanding network. Considering Russell Bedford’s already extensive coverage throughout Europe, it’s fantastic to see the network continue to expand into new regions, meaning enhanced capabilities for our member firms and enhanced services for their clients. A huge welcome to all at Belrosaudit. The Russell Bedford Central Office team looks forward to connecting with our new colleagues and supporting them in any way necessary.”

Irina Dolmat, partner at Belosaudit, added: “We are delighted to join the Russell Bedford global network. As network membership is integral to our firm’s ability to successfully bid for listed company audits, it was important for us to find the right fit when seeking a new international network. It was also important to us to find a network with the necessary drive and focus to continuously expand its global coverage. We are confident that we’ve found in Russell Bedford a network that satisfies our needs, and which will ensure our business continues to thrive.”

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