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GGI adds two member firms

GGI has added two member firms to its association.

The firms include: Rispin & Mott Pty Ltd in Melbourne, Australia and Re.Bi.S. S.r.l in Pordenone, Italy.

Rispin & Mott provide a range of accounting services including tax expertise, benchmarking, cash flow forecasting and other financial tools.

Re.Bi.S. has been a member of the Italian Audit Register since 1995. The company first opened a branch office in Padua in 2005 and Trieste in 2014.

The firm has CISA (Certified Information System Auditor) certified staff, and deals with legal compliance, internal audit and forensic accounting on behalf of courts and professionals in charge of insolvency proceedings.

It is a member of Assirevi, the Italian Audit Association, which promotes the scientific analysis supporting the adoption of international audit standards and the study of the evolution of legislation.

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