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MSI grows presence in Germany

MSI Global Alliance has added the firm Wortmann & Partner to its association in Germany.

Established in 1957, the firm is based in Rheda-Wiedenbrück in North Rhine-Westphalia and has five partners as well as 45 members of staff.

Wortmann & Partner provides services in audit, tax, accounting and consulting, focusing on mid-sized clients both national and international.

Client industries include industrial engineering and manufacturing.

Wortmann & Partner partner Volker Evans cited MSI's code of conduct and positioning in the global market as important factors in his firm's decision to join the association.

MSI chief executive Tim Wilson praised the addition, describing Wortmann & Partner's homeland of Westphalia as "economically strong".

"Their joining further strengthens our presence in Germany and I know they will contribute a great deal to MSI internationally," he said.

The addition follows the January merger of one of MSI Global Alliance's founding members, Abels Decker Kuhfuss & Partner with ex-Moore Stephens firm Dr. Müller, Haeb & Partner in Germany to become ADKL.

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