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Five new member firms join Antea

Press release by Antea

Press release by Antea – Antea announced that five new member firms have joined them since January 2017.

Caceres & Schneider – Paraguay
Cáceres & Schneider is a company dedicated to consultancy, founded in 1994 in Hohenau, Paraguay. The firm is focused on providing a wide range of business advisory services to a substantial and diversified client base, including small and mid-sized firms, non-profit entities, entrepreneurs and high-net-worth individuals, in the fields of audit, taxes, real estate and environmental management. The firm’s multi-disciplinary team of 76 full-time professional staff are governed by two partners, and located in five different offices throughout the country. They serve their clients in Spanish, English, Portuguese and German.

Auditing and Consulting Group "Compass" – Ukraine
Established in 2004 and based in Kyiv, Auditing and Consulting Group "Compass", is a dynamic and proactive firm and one of the leadings companies in the market of audit and consulting services within Ukraine. The twenty professional staff within the firm are led by Larysa Shkurka, being the managing partner for the last twelve years. The main operating languages are English and Ukrainian.

CCPS Malta – Malta
CCPS Malta, is a full-service certified public accounting practice, founded in 2009 by Clive Caruana who remains partner in the firm located in Msida, central Malta. The firm provides a broad range of specialized services in tax, audit and financial planning services, focusing on one – stop – shop business solutions for corporate and private clients.  The main operating language of the company is English, but they also advise clients in Italian and Spanish.

AFS Auditing – United Arab Emirates
AFS Auditing is a mid-sized auditing firm comprised of experienced professionals in the areas of auditing & assurance, accounting & bookkeeping, business set-up, management consulting and HR & IT consulting. The firm serves clients in several areas from small business to corporate entities. AFS Auditing team of 21 dedicated professionals led by senior qualified chartered accountants, ensures professional independence, integrity and confidentiality complying with International Accounting and Auditing Standards.

Caldas Miranda y Asociados – Peru
Caldas Miranda y Asociados are based in Lima, Peru is a full service auditing and consultancy firm, employing over 60 full-time professionals and governed by five partners. The firm provides business consulting services, auditing financial statements, outsourcing, strategic advisory and corporate finance advisory. They advise about the most appropriate and convenient corporate processes in order to develop their clients' projects and businesses in Peru and abroad. They serve their clients in English, Spanish and Quechua.

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