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RSM International expands in Africa, Europe and New Zealand

RSM International has added a correspondent firm in Zimbabwean, while reporting further integration of its member firms in Italy and New Zealand.

Zimbabwean firm Ralph Bomment, Greenacre & Reynolds has joined RSM International network as a correspondent member firm.

With this new addition RSM International is now present in 27 African countries in the MENA region.

RSM International chief executive Jean Stephens said: "Africa has been one of our focuses over the last year and we have strengthened our capabilities and client service into seven countries since January 2014."

In Italy, RSM International member firms Studio Palea (Turin), Studio L4C Lauri Lombardi Lonardo Carlizzi (Rome) and Studio Gerla Associati (Milan) have come together to form RSM Palea Lauri Gerla, which becomes the network's tax practice in Italy.

Equally in New Zealand, the network's member firms RSM Prince and Hayes Knight Audit have merged to form RSM New Zealand.

The new firm is the 6th largest in the country, according to the international network.

Stephens said both the changes in Italy and New Zealand were the result of a growing client base in those countries.

 

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