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Nexia International welcomes new member firm in Albania

Nexia International has added a new member firm, Nexia AL, in Albania

With its main office in Tirana, Nexia AL formerly a member of Baker Tilly International has one partner and eight members of staff.

The firm provides a range of business services including audit and assurance, tax, accounting and consultancy services.

Managing Partner, Orjana Kalaja says: “We are joining a great global network with a higher ranking and a larger global presence. Our membership will also challenge us to more opportunities to work closer with Nexia member firms and to build international relationships, which will help us maintain our quality standards whilst still growing.”

Kevin Arnold, CEO of Nexia International, says: “We warmly welcome Nexia AL. We look forward to working with them to further develop Nexia’s presence in the EMEA region as this will be of great benefit to our member firms and their clients.”

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