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Allinial Global adds seven member firms

Allinial Global has added seven member firms to its association.

The new firms include: BMC Support & Accounting Service Pvt Ltd in Kolkata, India; Gonzalez Fischer & Asociados A.A. in Buenos Aires, Argentina; The Hechtman Group in Skokie, IL, USA; LIMA Partners Limited in Accra, Ghana; LNCO Tax Advisors in Dubai, UAE; McCay Duff LLP in Ottawa, Canada; and Spiegel Accountancy Corp. in Pleasant Hill, CA, USA.

Allinial Global president and CEO Terry Snyder said: “As we continue to expand our global footprint, Allinial Global remains committed to providing the resources and connections our members need to better serve their clients in a complex and competitive market.

“In welcoming these outstanding new member firms, we add a variety of valuable skills and expertise to the Allinial Global membership, moving us closer toward our goal of being the most member-driven and client-focused association in the world.”

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