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Alliott Group appoints new member firm in Melbourne

Press release by Alliott Group
Press release by Alliott Group - The need to broaden the scope of services available to clients involved in complex international business matters is the key driver behind Baumgartner’s decision to affiliate with Alliott Group.

For the last five years, Baumgartners’ business plan had stated the need for affiliation with a national and international group of firms, but previous suitors’ approaches had been rejected due to what founder and managing partner David Baumgartner describes as “a lack of cultural alignment.”

The three-partner, 48-staff firm has grown steadily since its establishment in 1983 and now serves a predominantly corporate client base with accounting, audit, tax and other financial services.

Baumgartner comments: “Affiliation with Alliott Group adds credibility to our presence in the market place and demonstrates to existing and potential large clients that we have the capacity to deal with their international financial affairs. We already have need for international assistance for some of our clients who have complex trading and tax structures.”

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