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HLB appoints HLB McGuire + Farry in Northern Ireland

HLB welcomed HLB McGuire + Farry as its first member firm in Northern Ireland.

Established in 1979, HLB McGuire + Farry provides a comprehensive range of business services and expertise to clients throughout the UK and Ireland, joining HLB’s fast growing network, with global revenues of $2.73 billion and presence in 153 countries.

Director HLB, Keith McManus said: “We are delighted that HLB identified McGuire + Farry as a progressive practice that aligns with its growth strategy in the UK and Ireland. This collaboration allows us to share expertise and best practices with other HLB network firms and enables us to provide our clients with a combination of local attention and global capabilities. Our client-centric focus based on long-term relationships is an ideal fit with HLB’s goals. We are very excited about the opportunities this membership affords our clients”.

The addition of HLB McGuire + Farry will strengthen the network’s expertise and coverage in the key economic markets of the UK and Ireland.

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