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Grant Thornton International adds El Salvador member

Grant Thornton International has expanded in Latin America adding its first member firm in El Salvador.

Pérez Mejía, Navas has three partners and 55 staff and according to the network, ranks sixth in the local market.

It audits a number of multinational clients in El Salvador providing external audit services and associated fiscal audits, as well as tax consulting, due diligence and tax litigation support services. 

Grant Thornton International chief executive Ed Nusbaum said the addition of Pérez Mejía, Navas is “another important step towards developing our network in the Latin America region”.

“We believe that working with [the firm] will benefit not only [them] but also the other member firms in the region and we welcome them to the global organisation,” Nusbaum added.

In May, Grant Thornton also added a firm in Ecuador.


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