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GGI adds German and UK firms

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Press release by GGI - Bws Graf Kanitz is a group of consulting, auditing and tax firms with offices in Freiburg and Endingen. The group assist their clients in a multitude of disciplines, both nationally and internationally, including business, auditing, tax, management consultancy.

Bws Graf Kanitz practice international tax law, due diligence investigation, business succession, company valuation or transaction consulting. The International Tax Desk offers support in all matters of cross-border tax issues such as transfer pricing, the relocation of business functions, engagement with foreign subsidiary companies or special VAT issues.

With a multilingual, multidiscipline staff of 6 auditors, 10 tax advisors and a total of 70 dedicated employees bws Graf Kanitz has the ability to serve their clients in German, English and French.


Insolvency and restructuring firm CVR Global has joined Geneva Group International (GGI) -one of the world's largest professional services networks.

CVR Global becomes the first UK-based specialist insolvency and debt recovery firm to join GGI, which is consistently ranked among the top ten associations in the world.

GGI is a global alliance of independent accounting, law and management accounting firms, and has more than 500 members and over 700 member offices worldwide.

Richard Toone, partner at CVR Global, said: "Becoming part of Geneva Group International is an exciting development for CVR Global.

"GGI is a well-established and highly regarded association, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2015, and we're looking forward to being an important part of the network's future.

"Our membership gives us a strong platform to enhance our international restructuring and insolvency offering, particularly in China, Hong Kong, Russia and Eastern Europe, where we see significant growth opportunities."

CVR Global operates as an independent provider of restructuring, insolvency and pensions advisory services and was established by former partners in the Business Recovery Division of accountancy firm Chantrey Vellacott in 2015.
The firm has six UK offices in London, Birmingham, Colchester, Northampton, Southampton and Hove.

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