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GMN International adds member firm in Sweden

Press release by GMN International

Press release by GMN International - We are pleased to extend a very warm welcome to our new members in Sweden, Allians Audit & Accounting AB, who joined GMN on 1 May this year.

Allians has three office locations: one in Järfälla (northern Stockholm), a second in southern Stockholm, and the third in Visby on the Swedish island of Gotland. The firm has 4 principals, 6 authorised public accountants (CPA) and 3 authorised accountants.

Over the three locations, there are a total of 25 employees.

Allians specialise in owner-managed, entrepreneurial organisations and growthfocused small to medium sized organisations. They provide services and are experienced in the fields of:

  • Counselling
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Ongoing reporting
  • Franchise chains
  • Financial statements and group accounts
  • Corporate governance
  • Audit
  • Liquidation and bankruptcy
  • Due diligence (for all sizes of companies,including listed)
  • Tax compliance and high level tax advice
  • IPO and listing
  • Education and counselling in advanced accounting issues

 

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