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GGI welcomes Alsoor CPA as member

Press release by Alsoor CPA
Press release by Alsoor CPA - Alsoor CPA was established in Kuwait City in 2006 as a firm of Chartered Accountants and Certified Public Accountants. They offer a diverse range of accounting, audit, tax, and business advisory services such as enterprise risk management and regulatory compliance programs.

The firm provides business consulting services including forecasts and projections, bank financing, budget and cash flow analysis and internal control analysis. The main areas of expertise are applied to many industries including construction, hotels, restaurants, automotive, wholesale, retail and professional practices. Additional services offered by Alsoor CPA include Regulatory & Compliance Services, Tax Inspection and Assessment, Corporate Finance Advisory, Strategic Advisory, Personal Financial Planning and Forensic Accounting.
 
Alsoor CPA currently employ over 20 professional and administrative staff who are managed and supervised by two Partners. The team is fluent in English and Arabic.

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