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HLB International appoints new member firm in Uganda

Press release by HLB International

Press release by HLB International – HLB International appoints Jim Roberts & Associates as their new member firm in Uganda.

Jim Roberts & Associates is based in Kampala City, the capital of Uganda. Established in 2000, the firm provides audit and assurance, public financial management consultancy, management accountancy, training and support, tax advisory, social and business research, research, due diligence reviews, and valuations and management consulting services within Uganda and across Africa.

Julius Tumuhimbise, managing partner of Jim Roberts & Associates commented: “It is a great honour for us to be part of the dynamic HLB International network. We are delighted to begin this journey which will not only expand our networking opportunities, particularly with other member firms, but also act as a continuous check over our quality controls as we grow as a firm. We truly believe that we will benefit from the huge international presence and wide knowledgebase created by HLB International.”

Jim Roberts & Associates will work closely with other HLB members and makes an addition to their coverage across Africa.

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