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HLB appoints second largest BPS firm in Brazil

HLB, the global network of independent advisory and accounting firms, welcomes HLB Brasil Pryor Consulting Solutions Ltda as its newest member firm in Brazil. The firm - until recently part of Grant Thornton Brazil - joins a network with global revenues of $2.73 billion and presence in 153 countries.

Established in 1995 and with more than 700 staff, HLB Brasil Pryor Consulting Solutions Ltda provides business process solutions (BPS) , risk assessment, compliance and advisory linked to BPS business to approx. 400 clients and has offices in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Campinas and Curitiba.

HLB Chief Executive Officer Marco Donzelli said: “Strengthening HLB Brazil is crucial, especially considering our growth and transformation plans. Brazil plays a key role not only for our Latin America objectives, but more importantly for our global aims.”

“We are pleased to be a new member of the HLB network. We are confident that is the right fit in relation to values and ambitions, especially in relation to the growth of new service lines, and outreach globally and in the Latin American region”, said Dalton Locatelli, Managing Partner of the BPS Segment of HLB Brazil.

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