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HLB appoints member firm in the US

HLB has welcomed PYA as its newest member firm in the US.  With a team more than 300 strong, PYA provides services including healthcare consulting, audit and assurance, and tax, and has offices in Atlanta, Kansas City, Knoxville, Nashville, and Tampa.

“Membership in HLB enhances our ability to serve clients because it allows us to tap into additional audit, accounting, and tax resources that span the globe,” said PYA Managing Principal of Audit & Assurance Services Mike Shamblin.  As an independent member of the HLB Network, PYA’s private ownership structure will remain unchanged. 

“Ranked as a Top 20 Healthcare Consulting Firm and Top 100 Accounting Firm in the US, PYA is an important addition to HLB’s global coverage and will have a great impact on our North American network by enhancing its healthcare industry-wide expertise,” said HLB CEO Marco Donzelli.  Formed in 1969, HLB International services clients through its member firms in 153 countries, with 27,485 partners and staff in 745 offices worldwide.

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