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Kudos International Network welcomes new member in Zimbabwe

The firm has three partners and provides a full range of services, with a strong focus on audit work.
LAM Managing Partner Mutsa Magunje commented "Everyone at LAM is excited about joining Kudos, especially at a time when the network is rebranding and defining its new strategy. We are confident that we will grow the Kudos brand in Zimbabwe and in the Southern African region. We were very impressed by Kudos emphasis on quality of work, ethics and compliance with standards, the desire to grow and the availability of resources to assist members”.
Michael Scott, Director of Quality and Professional Standards at Kudos said ”We are very pleased to recruit a progressive practice like LAM in Zimbabwe. The Southern African region has been an area that we have been targeting for a while and LAM’s expanding profile and regard for quality made it an ideal fit for Kudos. We look forward to working with them in the future”.

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