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Allinial Global adds new members in USA, Latin America, Asia Pacific and Middle East region

Press release by Allinial Global

Press release by Allinial Global – Allinial Global is pleased to welcome new members: Enspira Financial in Australia, MOS Auditores Consultores Limitada in Chile, and the Pun Group in the United States.

Enspira Financial – Sydney, Australia
Born from the merge of three successful firms in 2016, Enspira Financial is a relationship-based advisory accounting firm with two offices in Sydney and one in Melbourne. Offering a complete range of accounting, audit, tax, and consulting services, they serve a diverse client base in a variety of industry sectors, including construction, professional services, not-for-profits, financial licensees, and foreign subsidiaries.

MOS Auditores Consultores Limitada – Santiago, Chile
A growing firm with a strong focus on international tax, MOS Auditores Consultores Limitada is dedicated to providing its clients with personalized service and quality. The firm’s core strength lies in the extensive international relationships they have developed, and its industry niches include retail, manufacturing, construction, and mining. Multinational companies in Chile make up a large portion of their client base.

The Pun Group – Santa Ana, CA, USA
The Pun Group is one of the fastest growing CPA firms in the southwest United States, providing end-to-end accounting, auditing, tax, and advisory solutions to its clients. Municipalities and public agencies represent a significant share of the client roster, along with companies operating in diverse industries such as manufacturing, health care, real estate, entertainment, and gaming.

The addition of these new firms reflects the association’s growing international presence and its continued strength in North America. With international conferences on the horizon for the Asia Pacific region in March and for Latin America and EMEIA in June, Allinial Global is well positioned to continue the rapid expansion of its global reach and connectivity.

“I am pleased to welcome our new members and look forward to seeing how they enrich our increasingly collaborative and connected culture. This year is off to an exciting start for us, and it only promises to get better going forward.” Terry Snyder, president and CEO, Allinial Global said.

Allinial Global has also announced to welcome three other new members in Middle East region: Hilal & Partners in Egypt, Talati & Talati Chartered Accountants in India, and Tamim Chartered Accountants in the United Arab Emirates.

Hilal & Partners (Vision Consulting Group) – Cairo, Egypt
Hilal & Partners is an experienced consulting firm with primary competencies in accounting and auditing, financial and management consulting, legal advisory, and tax advisory. Both partners have Big Four experience, and the firm’s clientele consists of a variety of multinational companies and SMEs in industries ranging from oil and gas to pharmaceuticals and professional services.

Talati & Talati Chartered Accountants – Ahmedabad, India
Established in 1976, Talati & Talati is a full-service accounting, tax, financial, and management advisory firm with a strong international focus. The firm advises a wide range of clients on inbound and outbound transaction structuring, offshore business entity setup, international taxation and planning, and transfer pricing. Talati & Talati is also qualified to perform statutory audits of public sector banks in India.

Tamim Chartered Accountants – Dubai, UAE
Tamim Chartered Accountants is an auditing, assurance, and consultancy firm offering its clients the highest level of customized professional services. Working closely with key decision makers to understand specific needs and provide added value, the firm serves SMEs in a broad range of industry sectors, including retail, manufacturing, hospitality, health care, real estate, and construction.

All three new firms belong to the association’s growing EMEIA region, which will be holding its regional conference in Prague this June. With the rapid expansion of its international membership, Allinial Global looks forward to offering its members enhanced resources and connections with other independent firms in strategic locations around the globe.

Terry Snyder, president and CEO, Allinial Global said: “These firms represent an outstanding commitment to high-quality, client-centric service, which is what empowers Allinial Global to deliver the exceptional client outcomes we are known for. As we continue to grow, we are more excited than ever about our prospects for 2017 and beyond.”

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