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Nexia International welcomes new member firm in?Sweden

Nexia International has added a new member firm Lundin Revision to Nexia Sweden

With its ?main?office in Gothenburg, Lundin Revision has 2 partners and 13 members of?staff.? 

The firm provides? auditing, accounting, VAT handling, payroll services, business advisory, setting up of companies and company structures, due diligence, acquisition analyses and a full suite of administration and accounting services for different entities registered in Sweden.

Lundin Revision serves many  clients within the construction and real estate sector, for both residential and commercial real estate properties. It  provides administrative and accounting services for subsidiaries and other entities registered in Sweden within foreign groups, who have foreign or local management. The firm also has a good level of knowledge in providing services and advice to small and medium-sized companies, owner-managed companies, and those with an external/employed management.

Owner, Henrik Lundin?says: “We were searching for an international network, which would enable us to cooperate  with our current clients and  receive new business clients in Sweden that required local assistance which we could provide.  We wanted to benefit from being able to direct our own clients with international needs to other high quality firms within the network, who are in the same line of business as our firm. We would rely on these firms to provide the same professionalism that we always strive to achieve when  handling our own engagements. We were contacted by Nexia in Stockholm and found the perfect match to join Nexia Sweden.’’ 

Kevin Arnold, CEO of Nexia International,?says: “Nexia International is pleased to welcome Lundin Revision to the network and to Nexia Sweden. The firm will be able to bring many opportunities to Sweden’s business community as well as enhancing our presence within the EMEA region.’’

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