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IAPA and UK200Group sign Memorandum of Understanding

IAPA and UK accounting and law firm association UK200 Group have signed a memorandum of understanding, in order for UK200 Group to officially become a full IAPA UK National Accounting Group (NAG) from 1 April 2018.

IAPA global chairman Martin Clapson said that the agreement would be a solid platform to share regional, national and international resources, expertise, service offerings, membership services, events and networking opportunities.  UK200Group CEO Declan Swan added: “This MOU strengthens the links between both our organisations and will further help our members and their clients to take advantage of international business opportunities which will be very important in a post-Brexit world.”

Both associations were founded by David Turnbull and UK200Group members have often been affiliate members of IAPA.

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