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Nexia International posts 7% rise in global revenue

In its financial results for 2019, Nexia's total fee income was more than USD4.3bn across the network - an increase of 7% on 2018

This increase in global revenue is a result of consistent growth across the network in every region, with North America and Latin America performing particularly well. The rise in fee income in these regions can be attributed to new firm recruitment and healthy organic growth.

Throughout 2019, Nexia continued to expand its global presence by welcoming new member firms in Brazil, Chile, Egypt, Kosovo, Puerto Rico, Slovenia, Sudan, Switzerland and Ukraine.

Commenting on the results, Kevin Arnold, CEO of Nexia International said, ''This global revenue increase is great news for Nexia. It builds on the regular and consistent growth we have enjoyed over the last ten years and reflects the investment of our structures and ambition to meet the growing needs of member firms and new clients''.

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