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AGN International adds member firm

AGN International has added a member firm to its association.

The firm being admitted is Leonard Curtis Business Solutions Group, which has 18 offices across the UK.

Leonard Curtis Business Solutions Group deals with financial and operational issues that SME owners and their stakeholders face at every stage of the business lifecycle.

Alex Cadwallader, director at Leonard Curtis Business Solutions Group, said: “We are delighted to have joined AGN and look forward to getting to know and working with the other members. Joining an international association like AGN is a natural step for us as we continue to expand our offering and reach globally. The association really complements our existing service lines and we are excited for the future.”

Malcolm Ward, CEO of AGN International, added: “We are delighted to welcome Leonard Curtis to AGN. Not only does this give us impressive new geographic coverage in the UK, but it also brings a significant addition to our insolvency, restructuring and business improvement capabilities. We are already in discussions about further expanding these services streams internationally.”

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