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RSM International grows in Europe, Latin America

RSM International has admitted three tax firms in Italy and a full service correspondent firm in Panama.

RSM Tax & Advisory Italy is comprised of three tax firms - Studio Palea in Turin, Studio Gerla Associati in Milan, and Studio L4C di Lauri, Lombardi, Lonardo & Carlizzi in Rome.
The firms offer financial advice, tax planning, negotiation, legal support and other advisory services to large and medium-sized companies. Together, the firms have more than 110 people.

“The RSM International network offers our ambitious and growing clients access to the best professionals around the world in the countries where they are looking to expand,” Studio Gerla Associati managing partner Francesco Gerla said.

Panama City-based firm De Levantre y Asocidoas provides audit, accounting, tax and consulting services to local and international clients in industries including real estate, construction and retail.

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