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HLB appoints member firm in Belize

Global network HLB has welcomed its newest member, HLB Belize LLP. Founded in 1984, HLB Belize is a professional services firm with expertise in audit & assurance services and has offices in Belize City and the Corozal Free Zone of the Belize-Mexico Border.

Managing Partner, Claude Burrell said: “We are excited to become a member firm of HLB, one of the fastest growing networks.  As a member firm, we look forward to the opportunity to continue building on a history of providing solutions to our clients.  Fostering the innovative spirit in our people through a continuous focus on relevant development is what allows us to provide the level of service our clients have come to expect from our firm.”

HLB International is a global network of independent advisory and accounting firms with member firms in 153 countries, some 27,485 partners and staff in 745 offices worldwide.

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