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GMN International adds member firms globally

GMN International has admitted five new member firms across South Africa, South America and Australia.

In South Africa GMN International has admitted Havenga Rossouw Viljoen, based in Bloemfontein.

The firm has 48 staff, including six partners and specialises in financial services, audit tax, business advisory and is part of Black Economic Empowerment.

GMN International has also added its first member firms in Bolivia, Guatemala and Costa Rica.

It appointed Desapacho Auditoria Salinas, based in La Paz, Bolivia. The firm has two partners and 25 staff.

The Gutemalan firm Ixcamparij Mejía y Asociados has three partners and 32 staff.

Procesos Corporativos O.M.S.A. added in Costa Rica has two partners and nine staff.

GMN International has also added Australian firm Merrot Chartered Accountants to the association.

Merrot Chartered Accountants is based in Brisbane and has three partners leading a team of 20 staff and specialises in audit, assurance, business advisory and tax services.

The appointments are part of GMN International’s global growth strategy.

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