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Daxin Global adds a new member in France

Daxin Global has added a full member firm in France, BBI Advisory & Audit, to its network. Paris-based BBI Advisory & Audit was set up by Isaac Joel Bela Belinga in 2013. The firm has three partners and five members of staff.

BBI is a member of Institute of Chartered Accountant of France and provides a full range of services including audit & assurance, business advisory, accounting, corporate finance, and corporate tax services to a diverse portfolio of clients.

Belinga said: “We are delighted to become part of the Daxin Global network which matches our commitment to deliver quality services and enhances the services and advice we can offer to our clients. It not only strengthens our own capabilities, locally and internationally but also those of our current and potential clients. One of the major objectives is to support Asian and Chinese interests in France.”

Daxin Global CEO Yonghua Hu added: “We sincerely welcome BBI France to Daxin Global and are pleased to work with them. It will help to provide services for our clients' investment in France and better promote economic communication and cooperation between Europe and Asia.”

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