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GGI adds three member firms

GGI has admitted Corporate Finance Hannover GmbH, US Tax & Financial Services and Gazi Independent Audit to its association.

Corporate Finance Hannover GmbH is based in Hannover, Germany, and consists of six professionals, governed by two partners and has a total of 200 staff. It offers financial advisory services in areas such company sales and purchases, public takeovers, joint ventures, strategic alliances, and mergers and acquisitions

US Tax & Financial Services is based in Zurich, Switzerland and offers services for US tax advisory and compliance.

Gazi Independent Audit is based in Gaziantep, Turkey. It has a staff of 23 with six partners. It provides services in tax disputes, outsourcing, financial advisory, certification, corporate finance, internal audit and configuration management consultancy.

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