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News briefs, firm movements: BDO, HLB, AGN and TGS

BDO Germany has launched BDO Restructuring through the integration of insolvency management firm Dnp DEPPING. Dnp DEPPING counts 30 staff in three offices. BDO Restructuring is headquartered in Düsseldorf and will offer insolvency proceedings, restricting consulting, crisis prevention and intervention and turnaround management services.

HLB International has added member firms in India, Italy and Spain. Guru and Jana, is based in Bangalore and counts 200 staff providing the traditional service lines. Italian firm, Marchionni & Partners specialises in tax, corporate and legal consulting services. Lujan Auditores, based in the Canary Islands, provides audit, tax and consulting services.

AGN International has added Spanish firm Aranda International Assistance (Aranda) to its association. Aranda offers Spanish tax law, financial accounting and payroll services.

TGS Global has added firm Dnf Belgium to its network. The firm counts four partners, all former Big Four staff, and 30 staff. It offers accountancy, tax and legal compliance and advisory services.

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