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BDO Austria group extends its advisory offering

Press release by BDO

Press release by BDO - he BDO Austria Group announces that as of 14 April it has extended its advisory offering with the admission into the BDO Group of the firm Strametz & Partner.

The new business will trade under the name BDO Consulting GmbH. The company will offer a full range of services in the area of executive recruiting, development and diagnostics.
Peter Bartos, partner of BDO said: "Our new partners, Sören Buschmann and Hannes Gsellmann have many years of experience and outstanding sector knowledge and expertise. With their 10-person team, they will now bring this array of qualities to bear in BDO Consulting GmbH. This addition fits in with our expansion strategy and enables us to further expand and maintain our market position on a sustainable basis. By working together, we shall create an ideal base to make use of our future joint potential."

Sören Buschmann, CEO of BDO Consulting GmbH said: "We are convinced that service providers can, should and must constantly transform themselves. Together with our BDO colleagues involved in the auditing, tax advisory, accounting, financial advisory and forensic, risk & compliance service lines, we are aiming to provide a new dimension for services, and in this way make all meeting points between different aspects of business management into a seamless interface. For our clients, this means simply more combined services."

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