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Kreston adds Serbian firm

Kreston International has added firm MDM Revizija to its network in Serbia.

Belgrade-based MDM Revizija was founded in 1996 and provides services in audit, tax and advisory under the directorship of managing partner Jelena Mihic Munjic.

Kreston chief executive officer Jon Lisby praised the addition for extending network support to clients in the region and added: "We have been very keen to recruit in Serbia and MDM Revizija has shown a strong commitment to quality."

Managing partner Munjic added: "We were keen to progress to a network and membership of Kreston also enables membership of the Forum of Firms which will offer additional opportunities with a number of organisations that require the quality assurance that offers."

Krestion's expansion in the region follows that of fellow mid-tier Nexia International; the network added Serbian firm LB-Rev last month.

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