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BOKS International welcomes 10 new members so far this year

BOKS International reports the addition of 10 new members from India, Algeria, Austria, Malta, New Zealand, the Netherlands, United Arab Emirates and Australia.

New members of the BOKS International alliance are: Cabinet Comptable & Fiscal Deramchi (Algiers), Mint Finance (Hal-Qormi, Malta), Eustacchio Rechtsanwalte (Vienna), Contour Accountants (Venlo, Netherlands), BDS (Auckland, NZ), BR Maheswari & Co (New Delhi), MIM International Consultancies (Dubai), Legalis Advocaten (Tessenderlo, Belgium), Quantuma (London) and Doyles Construction Lawyers (Sydney).

BOKS International’s total membership now stands at 48 members spanning 34 countries with fee income of around $110m.

The firm’s alliance director, Richard Sergeant said: ‘Despite a challenging global business environment it is reassuring that we continue to attract major firms that provide depth of service across multiple disciplines. Current growth is way beyond expectations.

BOKS International will hold Its Annual Global Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 26-28 September 2019.

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