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HLB International appoints new members in Ghana and Austria

Press releases by HLB International

Press releases 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 a new member firm in Ghana - Morrison & Associates.

Established in 1998, the firm specialises in the provision of accounting, audit, taxation, management consulting and secretarial services to diverse clients locally and overseas. Morrison & Associates is ranked as one of the Category A firms in the country.

"We are excited to be the newest addition to the HLB family, and we look forward to the opportunities this affiliation will afford us" says Managing Partner Herbert Morrison. "Joining the HLB International network is a vital impetus for our growth. We are in a unique position to combine international exposure with individuality of our firm."

With Ghana's economy continuing its path of growth, and international clients pursuing business opportunities in the country, Morrison & Associates will be a welcome addition to HLB International's growing presence in Africa.

Erharter Wirtschaftstreuhand tax and audit GmbHs (Erharter WTH) joins HLB International as part of the HLB Austrian federation of independently owned CPA and business advisory firms.

The Erharter WTH professional team, headquartered in Tirol, has been serving businesses and individuals in Tirol since 1986. The firm provides accounting, audit, tax and consulting services with special expertise in finance of touristic projects, R&D tax benefits, M&A and structuring. They serve clients in manufacturing, construction, high-tech and tourism. They have a large practice serving family-owned enterprises.

Erharter WTH adds two partners and 20 staff to HLB International's resources in Austria with offices in Innsbruck, Wörgl and Hopfgarten (near Kitzbühel, which is world famous for skiing). They have an extensive client base with international businesses, particularly in Germany and Italy.

This addition further strengthens HLB International's presence in Austria. Collectively, the HLB Austria federation has eight offices served by 17 Partners and 120 staff.

"The addition of Erharter WTH strengthens the Austrian federation and broadens the geographic coverage in the west of Austria, which is an important tourist location. We continue to explore growth opportunities with other prospective firms in the south of Austria," said Markus Grün, Partner of HLB Intercontrol GmbH, on behalf of the HLB Austria Federation.

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