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HLB expands its reach in the United States

HLB continues growth with Briggs & Veselka Co., LLP 

Briggs & Veselka Co. is a top 100 firm in the USA and is Houston’s largest independent accounting firm with expertise in audit, advisory, tax planning, and compliance as well as forensic, valuation, and litigation support. The firm also brings its two subsidiaries: Pathway Forensics, which provides digital forensics and cybersecurity services, and B&V Capital Advisors, which works with entrepreneurs in selling their businesses or making strategic purchases of new product lines or other companies.

Founded in 1973, their expertise covers a variety of industries, including agriculture, construction, energy, financial institutions, healthcare, hospitality, maritime, manufacturing, real estate, restaurants and retail, and non-profit. The firm’s main office is in Houston, with four other locations throughout Texas.

Briggs & Veselka is led by Managing Partner, Sheila Enriquez. Commenting on joining HLB, she says: “We are thrilled to be among a global network of other independent advisory and accounting firms who strive for excellence through innovation and are dedicated to the highest quality service and output to clients. We look forward to learning from other member firms and providing our perspective to further enhance our collective expertise.”

Lisa Benson, Chief Regional Officer for Western Markets commented: “Briggs and Veselka is an ideal addition to HLB. Their focus on growth and international clients has already provided referrals within the network and collaboration opportunities with other firms.”

The addition of Briggs & Veselka continues our transformation and moves us closer to achieving our Shaping our Shared Future objectives.

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