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Nexia International welcomes new member firm Fidi BC SA, in Switzerland

Nexia International (Nexia), has added a new member firm, Fidi BC SA, in Switzerland. With its offices in Lugano and Roveredo, both located in the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, Fidi BC SA has two partners and 14 members of staff.

The firm provides a range of business services focusing on audit, tax, financial due diligence, payroll, IT, consulting and real estate.

Partner Simone Biaggi says: “Our business has been growing over the past few years and we want to support our continued expansion and improve our visibility with the help of members in Nexia’s network, who bring with them a wealth of experience and high standards.”

CEO of Nexia International , Kevin Arnold  says, “As an ambitious and expanding company focused on delivering high-quality services, Fidi BC SA offers our members specialist knowledge of the Swiss market with particular focus on Italian speaking clients, and is a very welcome addition indeed.”

 

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