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HLB International appoints new members in China and Malta

Press Release by HLB International

Press Release by 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 China and Malta.

China

GP CPAs LLP joins the network in Guangzhou, the capital and largest city of Guangdong Province in southeastern China. Established in 1981, the firm is not only the eldest accounting firm in Guangdong, but also the top ranking indigenous firm in South China, with more than 800 staff including 29 partners, 250 CPAs and 100 CTAs.

Ben He, International Contact Partner at GP CPAs LLP, said: “Joining HLB International is one of great significance things in the process of our firm’s development; all of our partners and staffs are very excited to join this big family. As a new member of HLB International we will try our best to promote the development of HLB in China, and hope to make a little contribution on the future growth of HLB International.”

GP CPAs LLP appointment is strategically important for HLB’s regional development, and will bring positive changes in Greater China and positive influences in Asia Pacific.

www.gpcpa.cn

Malta

HLB CA Malta Ltd joins the network and will operate from its brand new offices situated in Lija, a strategic location in the center of Malta.

The firm provides Audit, Accounting and Tax Advisory services and, through related entities, also Company Setup and Company Administration Services including Fiduciary and Trust Services. The firm is a result of a merger between the business section of one of the former partners at HLB Falzon & Falzon and another firm in Malta, CA international, which from 2012 has developed a strong base of international business. The client base of the firm varies across all sectors of the Economy including Public Listed Companies on the Malta Stock exchange and Investment Funds.

Today HLB CA Malta Ltd places within the top Audit and Accounting firms of the island.

Already working in conjunction with HLB members in both Europe and the Caribbean, HLB CA Malta Ltd will be a great addition to the HLB network.

www.ca-int.com

 

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