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MGI adds firms in Cambodia and Australia

MGI has added to its association through member firm additions in Cambodia and Australia in the first quarter of 2015.

Established in 2006, Cambodian Phnom Penh-based APV counts five partners and joined MGI at the end of January.

APV is a member of the Kampuchea Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Auditors (KICPAA)

In Australia, MGI added Canberra firm Joyce Dickson at the beginning of February, extending the association's presence in the country to its capital.

Joyce Dickson was established in 2003 and describes itself as specialising in family and private business clients, as well as in self-managed superannuation.

Joyce Dickson managing partner Lorin Joyce said the membership would enable the firm to expand its reach internationally.
MGI described the addition of Joyce Dickson as offering "a secure platform for further expansion in 2015."

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