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Russell Bedford confirms Dar Al-Mohassaba as member firm in Yemen

Global accounting network strengthens presence in the Middle East with the promotion of Dar Al-Mohassaba to network membership in Sana'a, Yemen 

International professional services group Russell Bedford has upgraded Yemen firm, Dar Al-Mohassaba - Hassan Al-Dailami & Co., a Russell Bedford a correspondent firm since 2012, to full member status. 

Established in 1992, Dar Al-Mohassaba was formed as a partnership between Hassan Al-Dailami and Mohammed Shaiba. In 2010, Hassan Hantoosh and Khaled Ali were admitted to the partnership. The firm has continued to thrive, and has seen much success, despite Yemen’s often difficult conditions.

Based in the capital, Sana'a, Dar Al-Mohassaba, one of the largest local CPA firms, is primarily an audit practice, performing statutory audits of small and medium-sized enterprises, significant government entities and branches of foreign companies. Its corporate client base covers a variety of industries including oil and gas, real estate, healthcare, hospitality and leisure, manufacturing and construction. The firm also provides services in the areas of tax compliance and consulting, management consulting and feasibility studies.

Speaking of the appointment, Russell Bedford CEO Stephen Hamlet said: “It is my absolute pleasure to welcome Dar Al-Mohassaba to the network as a full Russell Bedford member. It is success stories like this, where a firm defies all odds in war-affected Yemen to come out trumps and succeed, that demonstrate that through grit and perseverance a firm can and will reach their full potential. I wish the entire team every success as they embark on this next step of their journey with the full support of our internationally connected network.”

Hassan Hantoosh, partner at Dar Al-Mohassaba, added: “Gaining full membership status at Russell Bedford was indeed an ambition of our firm from the outset. We are very proud to become full members which fills us with optimism for the future in achieving our plans for growth and development.”


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