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Nexia adds firm in Armenia

Nexia International has added firm AN Audit CJSC to its network in Armenia, following a spate of additions earlier this year.

Based in Yerevan, Armenia, AN Audit CJSC counts two partners and 20 members of staff.

The firm offers services in audit, tax and advisory, with a focus on providing accounting for financial institutions, tax planning, due diligence and IFRS reporting.

An Audit CJSC's marks the latest in a spate of additions by Nexia, including in Croatia, Yemen, South Sudan and Switzerland.

AN Audit CJSC managing partner Artur Harutyunyan said he believed membership of Nexia would grant the firm access to "a range of local and international access".

Nexia International chief executive officer Kevin Arnold said the addition would expand the range of services offered by the network in the EMEA region.


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