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AGN International admits new member firm in Mexico

Press release by AGN International

Press release by AGN International – AGN International announced that Rangel, Castillo, Carrillo, Rodríguez y Asociados, S.C., located in Mexico, has been admitted into membership, joining the Central and South America region.

AGN International – Central and South America is part of AGN International Ltd, which has 197 accounting firm members in 85 countries throughout the world. AGN sets rigorous criteria for admission to the association including matters of independence, ethics, regulation, and oversight. AGN membership provides outstanding continuing professional education and intra-member collaboration to help all member firms serve clients with excellence and maintain adherence to the highest professional standards.

Rangel, Castillo, Carrillo, Rodríguez y Asociados, S.C., founded in 2008, specializes in tax and accounting and audit services primarily for private clients operating in the manufacturing sector. The firm has two offices, one in Guadalajara and the other in Michoacán and a team of over 20 people who offer trusted advice, both in English and Spanish.

The four partners of the firm are all senior and respected Certified Public Accountants, with a combined 130 years of experience in servicing clients in different disciplines, industries and geographical locations.

The firm has a long term professional collaboration with AGN firm Prieto Ruiz de Velasco y Cia S.C. (Mexico City), and are committed to high standards and client focus. Their AGN membership gives them the opportunity to further expand their collaboration and provide added value to clients operating internationally.

Luis Norberto Rangel, founding partner said: “After more than 3 decades of professional activity, the membership with AGN International is a big challenge but at the same time highly encouraging, taking into account the business globalization across the world. Likewise, it is an achievement for service consolidation for our clients, as we are having the right structure to provide them high standards not only in Mexico, but in many countries around the world.”

Alberto Adaminas, chair of AGN Central and South America said: “We are delighted with the incorporation of this firm, highly experienced and with a wide range of service capacity. They are joining the CSA region, representing Mexico, which will provide even more synergies within the southern area of America.”

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