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GGI (Geneva Group International) announces three new members

GGI has named new member firms in Brazil (Contajul Contabilidade), in the Dominican Republic (Salas, Piantini & Asociados) and in Bulgaria (Daira-M EOOD).

Based in Savassi, Belo Horizonte, Brazil and founded in 1981, Contajul Contabilidade has extensive experience in financial statements, audits, tax planning and legal consulting. Contajul is among the five largest accounting firms in the region and provides professional solutions over the entire metropolitan area of Belo Horizonte, as well as the rest of the country. The firm is ISO 9001:2015 certified and operates in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

Salas, Piantini & Asociados is a Santo Domingo-based financial-fiscal and auditing consulting firm registered with the Superintendency of Securities of the Dominican Republic, Superintendency of Banks and the Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Service lines covers finance, external and internal audit, accounting and tax advisory services (with a focus on compliance, transfer pricing, and tax planning).

Daira-M EOOD was established in Sofia, Bulgaria, in May 1991 as one of the first private accounting firms in Bulgaria, and one year later also as one of the first Bulgarian auditing firms. The manager of the company is Magda Valcheva, CPA. In addition to Bulgarian, the firm’s representatives are fluent in German, English, and French.

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