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Daxin Global welcomes new members in Britain and Israel

Daxin International has added two new members, one in the United Kingdom and one in Israel.

Richmond CPA-London, UK

Richmond CPA is a professional accounting firm located in London, United Kingdom. The company is led by two partners whose businesses are auditing, taxation, internal control design and testing, accounting services, and business consulting. The company is backed by its partners' many years of industry experience and provides excellent services for its customers.

The company focuses on professional services for startups and small and medium-sized companies, as well as personal financial solutions. The company's services are tailored to meet the individual needs of each customer.

The firm ’s managing partner, Massoud Moaddel, holds a bachelor ’s degree from Imperial University in London and is a Chartered Accountant and a member of ICAEW.

He has experience in Deloitte, worked in auditing and taxation, and held senior financial positions in banks such as Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, Barclays Capital, American Express and Standard Chartered Bank, and has extensive financial and auditing experience. Familiar with the London Stock Exchange IPO process and related intermediary services.

His partner Nina has a degree in business and economics, and has extensive accounting experience in software, property, event management and many service industries.

Ben Shmuel CPA -Tel Aviv, Israel

Ben Shmuel CPA is a global accounting and business consulting firm that specialises in serving companies around the world.

The firm has 40 employees, including dozens of professionals, who are experts in their fields, including accountants, economists, tax experts, lawyers, and network experts.

Since its establishment in 1994, the firm has provided a large number of public audits in Israel and abroad in the fields of auditing, local and international taxation, business transaction supervision, mergers and acquisitions, evaluation, compensation management systems, and financial management, and private business entities. Firm clients include the United States, Germany, France, United Kingdom, China, and Japan, India and Brazil.

As a global firm, the company has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience and can provide a range of services to clients, assisting in global business in the fields of international taxation, tax planning, information security, Sarbanes-Oxley law field consulting, merger and acquisition transaction supervision, accounting and financial management and fund raising. It helps clients achieve sustainable development.

CEO, Shai Ben Shmuel has extensive experience in providing consulting, auditing and accounting services. He has provided services to many entities, such as public and private companies, non-profit institutions, political parties and capital market companies. Shai Ben Shmuel holds a bachelor's degree in accounting and economics and is a member of the advisory board of the Accounting Center of the Academic Research Center.

Hong Yue. COO of Daxin said, “The two new member firms will enable Daxin members and their clients to grow further and strengthen Daxin 's professional capabilities in the Middle East and Europe.

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