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GGI expands in Greece and Estonia

Geneva Group International (GGI) has added firms in Estonia and Greece to its international association.

Greek firm Delta Partners Certified Public Accountants provides audit and assurance, advisory, tax and accounting services through its headquarters in Athens and its branch in Thessaloniki.

Counting four partners and 50 members of staff, the firm operates in Greek, English, French, German and Italian and serves a range of clients including listed companies.

Established in 2000, Estonia-based Grow Finance specialises in outsourced accounting and business development.

The firm counts ten members of staff and one partner and operates in Estonian, English, Finnish and Russian.

Since the start of the year, GGI has added firms in both the United Arab Emirates and Honduras.

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