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Audit Macedonia and Stuarts Walker Hersant Humphries join GGI

Press release by GGI

Press release by GGI - Audit Macedonia LLC was established on July 1, 1995, as one of the first companies in the country providing services in the field of financial consulting, auditing, legal expertise, accounting, estimates and other consulting services.  The firm is a member of the Institute of certified auditors of the Republic of Macedonia, and a member of the Chamber of Appraisers of the Republic of Macedonia.

The main activity of the company is an audit of financial statements of medium and large companies, banks, insurance companies, other financial institutions and companies that prepare consolidated Financial and tax reporting. Audit Macedonia LLC provide professional services, such as business and management consulting, tax and financial consulting, consulting for improving internal accounting controls and accounting system, payroll, assess, and forensic accounting. 

With a multilingual, multi discipline staff of six governed by two partners, Audit Macedonia LLC attend to their clients requirements in Bulgarian, Croatian, English, and Serbian.

Stuart Walker Hersant

Stuarts Walker Hersant Humphries or "Stuarts" is a client-oriented offshore legal practice offering fully integrated offshore corporate and commercial legal advice, based in the Cayman Islands. This new GGI member law firm was founded in 2002 and today, after 14 years of operating, brings together 10 lawyers, including 3 directors.

Stuarts Walker Hersant Humphries offers a wide range of services within the legal sector, including: Investment Funds, Private Equity Funds, Aviation, Banking and Asset Finance, Capital Markets and Structured Finance, Cayman Special Economic Zone, Company Incorporation Services, Immigration and Local Business, Insolvency and Restructuring, Insurance, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Management Services, Marine and Shipping, PCL and Anti Money Laundering, Private Wealth and Trusts, Project Finance, Real Estate, and Regulatory and Financial Services.

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