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Abacus Worldwide reaches 50 member firms globally

Press release by Abacus Worldwide
Press release by Abacus Worldwide - We are happy to announce that Abacus Worldwide has reached 50 member firms in just four years.  Since being founded by Julio Gabay in October 2012, Abacus has focused strategically on growing the organization and providing appropriate geographic reach globally.   Julio Gabay, Abacus Worldwide President and CEO stated: “Abacus is not simply looking to place pins on a map, rather Abacus seeks dynamic, innovative and forward thinking firms to help move the organization forward and bring direct benefit to each member involved.  We could not have reached 50 firms in such a short time frame without the help of our engaged membership; and we will now push forward with our plan to reach 100 firms worldwide by the end of 2018.”  Currently, Abacus Worldwide members have combined global revenues of $130 Million, with 1,400 staff and 71 offices in 33 countries collectively.

Abacus Worldwide is an international association of independently owned and managed accounting and law firms. As a multi-discipline membership association, both law and accounting firms join Abacus in order to support international business referrals, participate in knowledge exchange and gain access to practice management tools all to better serve their growing clients.

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