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UHY International adds Costa Rican and Honduran member firms

UHY International has added ASCOFi from Costa Rica and Castro Díaz y Asicuados from Honduras to its network. The two firms will adopt UHY branding.

Headquartered in San José and founded in 1984, ASCOFI counts three partners and 12 staff. The firm provides audit, book keeping, tax and management consultancy services to local and international clients in the public and private sector.

Established in 1998, Castro Díaz y Asociados is based in San Pedro Sula and counts four partners and eight staff. The firm provides audit, book keeping, tax, corporate finance, management consultancy and legal services to both local and international clients.

Castro Díaz y Asociados focuses on clients from the manufacturing, commerce, services, international trade and construction sectors.

UHY chairman Ladislav Hornan said that the networks member firm in Guatemala, UHY Pérez & Co, played an instrumental role in bringing the two firms to the network.

"We strongly believe that the firms' regional market knowledge and expertise should present a very good fit for our network," he added.

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