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IAPA adds member firms in Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia

Press release by IAPA

Press release by IAPA – It is with great pleasure that IAPA welcomes new member firm Muhammad Shaheedullah & Co based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Another new firm in a country, where previously IAPA did not have representation and the second firm recruited to the Asia Pacific region this year.

Muhammad Shaheedullah & Co is a very well-established firm set up in 1975 and has a main office in Dhaka and branch in Chittagong.  The firm offers the usual range of services including some specialised services for example - Evaluation, Inventory Management and Control, Financial Analysis and Financial Feasibility.

IAPA is also delighted to confirm its second new appointment in Saudi Arabia this year. Established in 2008 Ibrahim Alaziq is an audit and accounting consultancy firm providing integrated services including assurance, tax, consulting and outsourcing services. The firm prides itself on the close working relationships they establish with their clients, guiding them through complex business challenges by understanding their needs and services a range of industries including energy, construction, education, government and financial services to name a few.

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