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Grant Thornton expands operations in Bosnia, Croatia and Slovenia

Press release by Grant Thornton

Press release by Grant Thornton - Grant Thornton today announced the expansion of member firm operations in Bosnia, Croatia and Slovenia, adding 76 professionals and four new offices.

Confida Banja Luka joins Grant Thornton Bosnia and Herzegovina, adding one partner and 24 staff and a new office located in Banja Luka. The addition will strengthen audit, tax, advisory and outsourcing services in the region.

Interbilanz Croatia (IB Interbilanz Savjetovanje d.o.o. and IB Interbilanz Revizija d.o.o.) brings four partners and 26 staff and a new office in Zagreb to Grant Thornton Croatia d.o.o. The addition will strengthen audit, tax, advisory and outsourcing services in the region.

Interbilanz Slovenia (IB Interbilanz Consulting d.o.o. and IB Interbilanz Audit d.o.o.) will join Grant Thornton Slovenia d.o.o and bring four additional partners, 17 additional staff and new offices in Ljubljana and Cejle. The addition strengthens audit, tax, advisory and outsourcing services in the region.

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