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HLB International appoints new members in Guinea & Sri Lanka

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 Guinea and Sri Lanka.


Fiduxis joins the network in Conakry, the capital of Guinea. Established in 2011, the firm provides audit, accounting and consulting services.

Alhassane Bah, Managing Partner of Fiduxis, commented: "We believe that our appointment as part of HLB International will be beneficial for both Fiduxis and the network. Fiduxis and other members of the network can better seize the numerous opportunities that Guinea's dynamic economy can offer, especially in the fields of mining, energy, infrastructure and services."

The new firm is an excellent addition to HLB's growing network presence in West Africa.

Nihal Hettiarachchi & Company joins the network in Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, the capital of Sri Lanka. Established in 1985, the firm provides assurance, tax, consulting and financial advisory services.

Nihal Hettiarachchi & Company's CEO/Partner Dinuk Hettiarachchi commented: "It gives me great pleasure to become a new member representing the HLB International network in Sri Lanka. Our firm, from its humble beginnings in 1985, has come a long way to become one of the leading accounting and business advisory firms in Sri Lanka. With a team of 6 partners and staff of over 100+ employees, Nihal Hettiarachchi & Company is geared to represent HLB International very actively in Sri Lanka."

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