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RSM admits El Salvador and Uruguay members

RSM International has expanded its presence across Latin America, admitting new members in El Salvador and Uruguay.

In El Salvador, KC Public Accounting will provide audit and assurance services as well as tax and other consulting services from their offices based in San Salvador.

In Uruguay, consulting firm UNITY has a team of about 100 staff based in the capital city of Montevideo. It provides audit, tax and consulting services to local and international clients, both in the public and private sectors.

RSM International currently has member firms in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela - and correspondents in several other Latin American countries.

RSM International’s Latin America regional director Robert Burdett said he aims to ensure the network has member firms is every key commercial market in Latin America.

 

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