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Huron Partners LLP join MGI North America

Press release by MGI

Press release by MGI - Canadian firm Huron Partners LLP has become the newest member to join MGI North America and MGI Worldwide. Based in Mississauga, Ontario, a large Canadian city within the Greater Toronto Area, they are a young dynamic firm with three Partners and ambitions to grow.

Razik Sarsam, CPA, CA Tax Partner says, "We recognize the value in MGI Worldwide and are thrilled to have the opportunity to be part of this organisation. We believe this affiliation will give us the advantage locally to pursue growth and attract high quality clients." As the business landscape continues to evolve globally, the principals at Huron Partners LLP want to ensure that there are no missed opportunities due to lack of global reach.

A good fit
Razik who is also one of the Founding Partners at the firm, said they were looking for an international affiliation and found MGI to be a 'good fit'. A decision they are pleased to have made. From a shortlist of options, MGI Worldwide came out top among the Partners, as they were keen to work with like-minded entrepreneurial individuals.

Thank you to Bill Weigel, MGI North America coordinating committee member from firm Selden Fox, Chicago, USA, Hani Sherestan from member firm Wright Ford Young, California, USA, and Brenda Jemmott from member firm RINA accountancy corporation, California, USA for taking time out of their day to talk about their experiences and benefits gained from their involvement with MGI.

Big firm experience
The three Partners bring big firm experience having worked with the big 6 accounting firms including Deloitte, Grant Thornton and MNP LLP. Mr. Sarsam says "This gives us an advantage in developing efficient methodologies and procedures that can be scaled. It will also help us maintain a high level of quality consistent with the larger firms in the market." Furthermore, having worked with global firms and international affiliates, Huron Partners LLP is fluent in international tax matters and International Financial Reporting Standards.

Huron Partners LLP, Chartered Professional Accountants, main service areas include assurance, taxation, advisory and accounting, positioning the firm 'as more than just an accounting firm', rather, 'Your Partners in an Evolving World'. Sunny Sanghera, CPA, CA, Partner reiterated that "we are a phone call away. Our partners make themselves accessible and available to clients. Whether you want to expand your business globally or whether you want to bring your business into Canada, Huron Partners LLP can assist in bringing your plan to fruition."

- See more at: http://www.mgiworld.com/newsroom/2016/march/huron-partners-llp-join-mgi-north-america-(1)#sthash.ilLEHsos.dpuf

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