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HLB International appoints new members in Albania and Qatar

Press release HLB International

Press release HLB International - HLB International, one of the leading global accountancy networks with presence in 130 countries, continues its growth with the recent signing of new members in Albania and Qatar.

Albania
T.A.L.I.S. Tax Audit Legal International Services joins the network in Tirana, the capital of Albania. Established in 2006, the firm provides assurance, tax, consulting and financial advisory services.

Carlo Alberto Cavicchioli, Managing Partner of T.A.L.I.S. Tax Audit Legal International Services, stated: "I am pleased to become a member firm of HLB International and join a network that shares the same values that inspired the foundation of our firm in 2006 in Tirana: client partnering and quality professional services. HLBI membership represents an excellent opportunity for the our firm's growth, both in terms of enhancement of the firm's quality standards and mutual cross-border and international business development, which corresponds to the specific requests currently coming from this geographic area."

Already establishing working relationships with member firms across Italy, Austria and Germany the firm will strengthen HLB International's presence in Europe.

Qatar
HLB Nasser Al Khalifa joins the network in Doha, the capital of Qatar. Established in 2015, the firm provides audit, accounting and consulting services.

Slim Arous, Managing Partner of HLB Nasser Al Khalifa, said: "We believe that being a member, we will benefit from the expertise and know-how of a well-established network. It will be an outstanding opportunity for us to participate in building a stronger and wider practice in the GCC region. The membership will also facilitate and encourage us to build new service lines, to enhance list of our clients and grow our business further."

The Qatar market is offering enormous opportunities for consultancy and accountancy businesses and therefore, the firm will be a great addition to HLB International's network.

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