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2020 International Merging into Kudos International Network

Press release by Kudos International

Press release by Kudos International - Kudos International Network and 2020 International are delighted to announce a strategic partnership.

Kudos International Network has members across the globe from the UK to Trinidad, Malaysia and beyond and the partnership with the 2020 International members opens up communication with 2020 to allow the network to expand further.

The network will keep the name Kudos International Network and 2020 International members will be invited to explore membership of Kudos International Network. Those firms will still have to go through the same due diligence admission procedure as any other new Kudos member.

Alun Morgan and Michael Scott, Directors of Kudos International Network commented: "We are delighted to have the opportunity to expand the network and work with the 2020 International members. Ongoing membership of our international network will ensure that former 2020 international members can continue to give the best service to their clients that have an international presence. Kudos International Network's membership of the Forum of Firms, enables member firms to demonstrate a commitment to technical quality."

Ian Fletcher, MD of 2020 comments: "We have got to know Michael and Alun the directors of Kudos well over the last few months. We believe that Kudos International Network offers former members of 2020 International a more complete solution than we were providing and will provide the technical expertise and systems, as well as providing them with a solution for clients that trade on a global basis."

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