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Baker Tilly International Welcomes Two Firms in Latin America

Press release by Baker Tilly International

Press release by Baker Tilly International – Baker Tilly International further strengthens its coverage in Latin America with the addition of member firms in Bolivia and Honduras.

Bolivia

Audit and consulting firm Villazón Martínez & Asociados comprises two partners and 13 professional staff in La Paz. The firm will trade as Baker Tilly Bolivia effectively immediately.

Honduras

Irias & Asociados provides audit and accounting services to its clients. The firm comprises three partners who are supported by an additional 15 professional staff in Tegucigalpa.

Commenting on the new additions, CEO and president Ted Verkade said: “I’m delighted to welcome Baker Tilly Bolivia and Irias & Asociados to our network. Baker Tilly International has a strong presence across Latin America. The addition of these two high quality firms further strengthens our position in this important market, taking our representation to 17 countries across the region”.

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