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HLB launches global Russian Desk

HLB International members have launched a Global Russian Desk to support Russian companies abroad as well as foreign companies operating in Russia or wishing to enter the Russian market.

The HLB Global Russian Desk comprises Russian-speaking professionals from HLB members operating in 20 countries including the US, the UK, France Germany and Australia.

The initiative offers comprehensive consulting support such as audit, tax, legal and financial consulting.

Organisation of business and tax accounting, representation in court, support in preparation of sale and purchase contracts and other services vital for the opening of a representative office are also offered.

Following the introduction of the Global China Desks, HLB Global Russian Desk is the second initiative of the kind for the international network

According to the International Accounting Bulletin's latest Russia survey, HBL international is the fifth largest network in Russia with fee income of RUB 4.6bn in the year to 31 December 2013.

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