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Ezra Yehuda-Rozenblum and Simon Utnik & Co strengthen offering in Israel

Press release by Kreston International

Press release by Kreston International - Kreston International, the global network of independent accounting firms, has announced that Ezra Yehuda- Rozenblum of Raman Gan, and Simon, Utnik & Co, based in Haifa, have joined the membership to expand Kreston's service offering in Israel, marketing their services through a Kreston branded umbrella.

With both firms working in association, EYR offers risk assessment services including Internal audit, IT and cyber, SOX , forensic accounting and due diligence and Simon, Utnik & Co offers audit, accounting and tax services. The firms will market their services through a Kreston branded umbrella.

Combined, the firms have a resource of 41 professional and support staff working primarily with clients in the private and public sectors across government, bio -medical, commerce, insurance, legal, public and not for profit areas.

Jon Lisby, Kreston CEO, said:
"We are delighted to welcome Ezra Yehuda - Rozenblum and Simon, Utnik to the membership. We have been keen to recruit in this region of Israel and to expand our service offering there. The firms have already worked with certain of our members, prior to admission and the range of services they offer will prove to be of significant value to our members".

Partner, Doron Rozenblum, commented:
"Through our membership of Kreston, we look forward to offering consistent quality international services to our client base".

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