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Kudos International Network welcomes new member in Egypt

Kudos International Network welcomed APEX CPA in Egypt has been accepted as a new member of the network. The firm is based in the New Administrative Capital, Cairo and Alexandria.

The firm was founded by Ahmed Hasan El- Sayed and Hussien Metwaly.  The firm provides the following services: Audit and Assurance, Taxation, Advisory and Consulting, Accounting and Book-keeping, Human resources and payroll services including work permits, Zakat calculations and associated services, Outsourcing, Legal Services, Feasibility studies and Liaison with Government Authorities.

 Apex Partner Ahmed Hassan El Sayed commented, "We are very pleased to become part of Kudos International Network. Our membership underpins our commitment to deliver quality services and enhances the services and advice that we are able to offer to our clients. The global presence and technical expertise of the Kudos Network strengthens our position both locally and internationally and will be of great benefit to both our existing and potential clients”.

Apex Partner Hussien Metwaly added, “At Apex CPA, we are always looking to the future and seeking new ideas to ensure that our services add value for our clients. We are sure that by joining Kudos International Network that it will help us to achieve our goal. We are very excited about what the future holds for us”.

Michael Scott, Executive Director at Kudos said,  ”We are very pleased to recruit a progressive practice like Apex in Egypt. Egypt has been a target country for us for a while as we have sought to grow our operations in the Middle East and North Africa. We feel that they will complement our existing members in the region well. We look forward to working with them in the future”

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