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HLB International admits six member firms

HLB International has added six member firms to its network.

HLB International new member firms are:

  • Wint, based in Stockholm, Sweden
  • Guadamuz Ruedam Martinez & Cia, based in Managua, Nicaragua
  • Revik, based in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
  • Trejos, Egan & Asociados, based in Panama City, Panama
  • COGEP, based in Saint-Doulchard, France
  • Bisheswar, Seebarran & Co, based in Georgetown, Guyana

French firm COGEP operates in the North West of the country, providing accounting, audit, tax and advisory services. The firm has been established 1971 and employs 850 staff across 60 offices.

Swedish firm Wint offers audit & accounting, tax, corporate finance and advisory services through 75 staff in eight locations, including Stockholm and Gothenburg.

In Bosnia-Herzegovina the firm Revik is based in Sarajevo. It provides services in the industry, retail and wholesale, financial institutions sectors as well as public sector and NGOs.

Latin American firms Guadamuz Ruedam Martinez & Cia , Trejos, Egan & Asociados and Bisheswar, Seebarran & Co all provide audit, accounting, tax and advisory services.

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