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TGS expands in Malta and Qatar

TGS has added two member firms in Malta and Qatar to its international network.

Doha-based Fuad Abdul Kareem & Partners marks TGS's first addition in Qatar. The firm counts three partners and provides audit, accountancy, tax and consultancy services.

The firm was previously the Qatar office of Ibraham Abbasi & Partners, but has since rebranded to Fuad Abdul Kareem & Partners.

Partner Murad Mahmoud said membership of TGS would enable the firm to capitalise on its recent rebranding as well as providing "a catalyst for growth".

Headquartered in St Julian's, Malta, Nouv MT counts three partners and offers a range of corporate, audit, business consultancy and tax services.

The firm caters to both local and international clients, as well as high net worth individuals looking to relocate to Malta.

According to Nouv MT managing partner Mark Aquilina the firm's membership of TGS marked "a natural progression" in the firm's provision to both national and international clients.

Since its establishment in 2012, TGS has been growing its reach through acquisitions across the globe.

The most recent expansion follows TGS's addition of its first member firm in Brazil, 4Partners Auditores Independentes, in April.

 

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