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News brief, firm movements: Kreston, IECnet, TGS Global, GGI

IECnet has added member firms in Luxembourg and Mauritius to its network.
Established in 2013, Mauritian firm NJC Associates offers audit & assurance services, financial advisory and tax services.
Audit Central focuses in audit and assurance, internal audit, accounting and tax, advisory and related services. The firm was established in 2009.

Irish firm GBW has joined TGS global's network. Based in Dublin and Cork, GBW counts four partners and specialises in accounting, compliance, tax, audit, business advisory and corporate recovery services to SMEs and owner-managed businesses.

Kreston Interantional has added Japanese firm Meiji Audit Corporation to its network. The four partner firm was founded in Tokyo in 1982 and offers the full range of audit and consulting services. Meiji Audit Corporation counts a few listed companies as its clients, according to Kreston International. This is Kreston second addition in Japan this year, and the network expects to enter the top 10 in the Japan ranking. According to International Accounting Bulletin's latest Japan survey, Kreston International is currently the 12th largest network in japan with revenues of JPY 1,551.7m in the year to 31 October 2014.
Read Japan survey: Profession faces adaptability test

GGI has added Australian Firm Westcourt to its association. Based in East Perth, Westcourt counts 17 professionals and provides taxation, business and strategic advice to family owned business.




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