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UHY STRENGTHENS PRESENCE IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

UHY James Chartered Accountants, with a total headcount of 77 and five partners, brings wide-ranging experience in audit, advisory, corporate finance, tax and management consultancy services to a portfolio of domestic and international clients across a number of sectors including healthcare, manufacturing, trading, contracting and real estate.

Managing partner, James Mathew comments, “Being part of the UHY global network underpins our commitment to deliver quality services and enhances the services and advice we can offer our clients. The global presence of the network combined with the expertise and knowledge shared among UHY’s 8,200 colleagues around the world, not only strengthens our own capabilities, locally and internationally, but also those of our current and potential clients and their operations. We are joining the UHY network at one of the most exciting times in the history of the UAE as Dubai gets ready to host the Expo 2020. We anticipate managing an increased demand for our services as the business environment continues to focus on economic diversification, promoting the UAE as a global trade and tourism hub.”

Dennis Petri, chairman of UHY comments: “We are delighted to welcome UHY James Chartered Accountants to the UHY network, extending our coverage and capabilities in Dubai and the wider UAE.   The UAE is one of the Middle East’s most important economic centres and the firm is well placed to serve our international clients who have business interests in this country and the wider region.”

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