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HLB International adds Romanian firm

HLB International has appointed Contexpert Consulting as the network’s member in Romania.

HLB International said Contexpert Consulting is the fifth largest firm in the capital Bucharest.

Contexpert Consulting specialises in accounting, audit, tax and payroll services. The firm has about 40 staff and mainly serves international clients.

HLB International chief executive Rob Tautges said Contexpert Consulting will strengthen HLB International’s position in Eastern Europe.

“Romania incurred significant growth in GDP just prior to the worldwide economic crisis and we expect it will continue that growth as more international companies select Romania for expansion opportunities,” Tautges said.

Contexpert Consulting managing partner Sorin Istrate said that being with HLB international will enable the firm to “learn and implement best practices through a wide range of resources including technical support in order to ensure compliance with national and international statutory requirements”.

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