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Allinial Global welcomes new members in Europe and America

Press release by Allinial Global

Press release by Allinial Global – Allinial Global is pleased to welcome five new members in Europe and one in America – A  Audit CVBA in Belgium, HoogeveenLuigjes in the Netherlands,  KBHT Kalus + Hilger in Germany, GMR Partners in Italy, Quorum Corporate Services (Charles Scerri & Associates) in Malta and Grupo Administrategia in Mexico

A Audit CVBA – Antwerp, Belgium
Established in 2010 as a result of a three-firm merger, A Audit provides personalized and thorough accounting, audit and assurance, and corporate finance services. Their clients include both SMEs and international groups from a wide range of industries in the commercial and nonprofit sectors. Accuracy, diligence, and international vision are an integral part of A Audit’s approach to building trust with its clients.

HoogeveenLuigjes – Leusden, Netherlands
HoogeveenLuigjes provides services in the areas of accountancy, tax consultancy, and administrative provision. With a client base consisting primarily of SMEs in a range of industries, the firm’s niches include foundations, nonprofits, business services, transportation, logistics, and real estate. HoogeveenLuigjes is known for its personalized approach and its ability to provide solid and reliable service of the highest quality.

KBHT Kalus + Hilger PartG mbB – Neuss, Germany
Founded in 1991, KBHT Kalus + Hilger ranks among the top 50 auditing and tax consulting firms in Germany. With seven locations throughout the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan area, the firm serves a client base consisting primarily of small- and medium-sized entities in various industry sectors. KBHT’s specialties include international taxation, outsourcing, insolvency and restructuring, and succession planning.

GMR Partners – Rome, Italy
GMR Partners incorporates the extensive professional experience of its four founders, Marco Galli, Alberto and Tommaso Montuori, and Vittorio Romani. The firm offers a full suite of services to answer the needs and requirements of both national and international SMEs in a wide range of industry sectors. GMR’s niches include food and beverage, real estate, mining, health care, and transportation.

Quorum Corporate Services (Charles Scerri & Associates) – Valletta, Malta
Quorum is a full-service firm providing corporate services, accounting, bookkeeping, payroll, and legal services to clients in locations all over the world. The firm works extensively with international clients and provides audits both in Malta and abroad. Quroum’s specialties include the setup of holding and international trading structures, IP registration and management, ship registration, and the creation of internationally accepted tax-efficient structures.

Grupo Administrategia – Mexico City, Mexico
With over 35 years of experience, Grupo Administrategia has a highly professional, technically competent staff that serves a diverse client portfolio. Clients include a variety of small and mid-sized companies based primarily in the United States and Spain, giving the firm expertise in a number of industry sectors, including agriculture, automotive, airlines, construction, financial services, health care, hospitality, manufacturing and distribution, NGOs, real estate, and consulting services.

Terry Snyder, president and CEO, Allinial Global said: “As we welcome these new members, we’re pleased to extend the reach of the Allinial Global membership and enrich our association’s collective wisdom by adding even more high-caliber firms in strategic locations throughout the world.”

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