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HLB expands its global reach and welcomes HLB Scope Kazakhstan

HLB expands its global reach as it welcomes HLB Scope Kazakhstan as its newest firm in Kazakhstan.

HLB Scope Kazakhstan was established in 2012 and is a leading professional services firm with expertise in accounting, advisory, financial consulting and legal services. The firm’s client base covers a variety of industries including oil and gas, construction, medical, logistics and investment funds. The firm’s main office is in Nur-Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan, with an additional office located in Almaty.

HLB Scope Kazakhstan is led by Managing Partner, Saltanat Tazhibaeva. Commenting on joining HLB, she says: “I am proud to be joining HLB and look forward to working with my colleagues around the globe. Being part of this award-winning and dynamic organisation is important for us as we continue to deliver quality services. We are very excited about the opportunities this collaboration affords our clients.”

Marco Donzelli, CEO commented: “We are pleased to welcome HLB Scope Kazakhstan. Their expertise, particularly within the energy and not-for-profit industries, is crucial within the Central Asia region and I am confident they will be of great service to clients not only within this region, but globally.”

HLB Scope Kazakhstan will work in collaboration with our existing firm to strengthen the service offering of HLB in Kazakhstan. This addition continues HLB’s transformation and moves us ever closer to achieving our Shaping our Shared Future objectives.

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