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INPACT adds members in EMEA and Latin America

INPACT has added three member firms from Egypt, Honduras and Slovakia to its association.

Founded in Egypt in 1992, the Consultative Experience House counts 7 partners and provides the traditional audit, accounting, tax and consulting services and is licensed to review banks, their affiliates and government entities.

In FY13, Consultative Experience House reported total fee income of EGP 1,422m ($186,440), 65% of which comes from audit, according to INPACT.

Based in Tegucigalpa, Consultoria y Auditoria Financiera e Informática (CONAFI) was launched in 2005 and is INPACT's first member in Honduras. The firm counts two partners and offers audit and reviews as well as taxation services.

According to INPACT, CONAFI reported total fee income of €134,086 ($145,747) in FY13, 67% of which comes from audit.
INPACT new member in Slovakia, HTP Group, is made of eight different companies and is itself part of the group of companies called OPEN Services.

HTP Group has 6 partners and focuses on bookkeeping services for local and smaller companies. It is based in Kosice and Banska Bystrica, Slovakia, but also has offices in Bratislava, Czech Republic.

In FY13 the firm reported total fee income of €1,325.4m ($1,440.7m), according to INPACT.

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