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Kreston expands in Ethiopia

Kreston International has added Ethiopian firm TAY & Co to its global network.

Tay & Co, which has three partners and 38 staff working from its Addis Ababa office, offers a full range of audit, accounting, tax and consulting services to local and international companies as well as organisations such as the World Bank, the European Union and the United Nations.

Prior to admission, the firm has worked with Kreston member firms in the UK, US and Australia.

Kreston International CEO Jon Lisby said: "We have been keen to recruit an appropriate firm in Ethiopia to exclusively represent our network's interests. The quality of TAY & Co and the range of services they offer will prove to be of significant value to our members across Africa and the global network."

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