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Allinial Global adds four member firms

Allinial Global has added four member firms to its association

Allinial Global has added four member firms to its association

The new firms are Affiniax Partners in Dubai, BPM in San Fransisco, US; Global Uruguay Auditores Asociados in Montevideo, Uruguay; and Soni Chatrath & Co. Chartered Accountants in New Delhi, India.

Affiniax Partners offers a variety of industry sectors, including trade, real estate, and financial services. It has a team of over 70 advisors.

BPM has a team of 40 partners and over 500 professionals. Its services include tax, assurance, and advisory services, with experience in agribusiness, automotive, employee benefit plans, financial services, life science, nonprofit, manufacturing and wholesale, real estate, technology, and wine/craft beverages.

Global Uruguay Auditores Asociados is an audit-only firm that is closely affiliated with legal firm Posadas, Posadas & Vecino. It provides accounting, tax, and notarial advice in complex business issues.

Soni Chatrath’s client base includes owner managed businesses up to corporate entities in a variety of industry sectors, including banking, financial services, insurance, manufacturing, real estate, and health care, among others.

Allinial Global president and CEO, Terry Snyder, said: “I’m pleased to welcome our outstanding new members, whose skills and expertise will most certainly enrich our worldwide community. I’ve said it before, but in 2019 it still holds true: Allinial Global is good, getting better, and becoming the best.”

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