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News briefs, firm movements: KPMG, CPAAI

KPMG Australia has acquired Banarra, a human rights and social impact consultancy.
Firm name: Banarra (founded in 2006)
Headquarters: Sydney, Australia. Services clients in 10 countries.
Headcount: one managing director, 10 specialist consultants.
Services: impact assessment, human rights, supply chain management, social return on investment, heritage and culture, as well as accountability and business strategy.

CPA Associates International has added member firms in the USA, Nicaragua and South Korea
Firm name: FIACYCPA
Offices: Managua, Nicaragua
Headcount: 23 staff including 6 partners

Firm name: Karlins Ramey & Tompkins
Offices: Houston, USA
Headcount: 27 staff including 3 partners
Services: Audits, reviews, compilations, tax, forensic, estate planning, M&A, succession planning

Firm name: Taeyul Accounting Corporation
Offices: Seoul, South Korea
Headcount: 97 staff including 17 partners

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