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GGI adds Australian and UK members

Press release by GGI

Press release by GGI - Located in Sydney, Australia, Rosenfeld Kant is a highly respected accounting firm known for delivering taxation, accounting and business advisory services for high net worth individuals and business owners.

A truly next-generation practice and firmly focused on the future, Rosenfeld Kant draws upon 40 years of knowledge and experience to embrace and adapt to a constantly changing business and taxation landscape. With special interests in Self-managed Super Funds, audit & assurance, financial planning and wealth advisory services, Rosenfeld Kant is committed to providing advice that is inclusive of all aspects of their clients' business and private financial affairs and to delivering successful and properly integrated 'big picture' outcomes.

Under the leadership of partners Gary Williams, Raul Valois and Elias Makris, the Rosenfeld Kant team comprises 23 highly credentialed professionals, many of whom are multi-lingual and assist clients in Spanish, Italian, Greek, Mandarin and Serbian as well as English.


Mander Duffil was founded in Chippenham, Wiltshire in the 1930's. For over 75 years they have evolved and adapted to new technologies and business practices. As the business world has changed, so have the services offered to clients ensuring that they provide the best possible service to all clients.

Some of the services offered by the company are accounting and auditing, tax compliance, tax planning and advice, international tax planning and advice, business sales and acquisitions. Mander Duffil also focus on retirement planning and company restructuring, inheritance tax planning and pensions and retirement planning.

With a staff in excess of 60 professional staff governed by 4 partners, Mander Duffil provide services to their clients in both English and French.

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