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News brief, firm movements: HLB, INPACT, BDO, GGI

HLB International has added three Costa Rican members to its network.Esquivel & Alvarez -eyacpa- was established in 1997 and based in Heredia. D.T. Baltodano Coghi y Zayas was established in 2007 and is based in San José. J.C. & Asociados was established in 1992 with offices in San José and San Carlos. All three firms provide the traditional service lines of audit, tax and advisory in a wide range of industries.

INPACT has added Romanian firm Mondo Conta Consult SRL to its association. Based in Bucharest, Mondo Conta Consult SRL offers accounting, audit, payroll and administrative services.

BDO has added a member firm to its network in Nicaragua. BDO Nicaragua, formerly Borge Villavicencio & Compañía Limitada, counts two partners and 10 staff. The firm provides audit, outsourcing, tax and legal, corporate finance, advisory and consulting, information technology. BDO International said that this new member will cooperate closely with BDO Panama to facilitate their transition into the BDO network.

GGI has added a Mexican firm to its association. Morales Sainz S.C. was founded in 1989 and counts 30 professional including two partners. The firm specialises in tax, accounting, audit, payroll and outsourcing services for national and international companies.

 

 

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