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IAPA adds member firms in Hungary and Malaysia

Press release by IAPA

Press release by IAPA - The audit partner of BONJOUR Audit and Tax Kft., Andrea Tauner, graduated from the College for Finance and Accountancy in Budapest in 1998. In February 2014 she established BONJOUR Audit and Tax Kft. with her business partner Mr. Balazs Szalay. Since then BONJOUR Audit and Tax Kft. has provided statutory audit and tax advisory services for its clients. The scope of activities also includes interim management services and audit of EU subsidies. Andrea also works closely together with other auditors on audit projects of international companies.

Negotiations are in progress with an audit company in order to merge the activities of both companies. BONJOUR Audit and Tax Kft. also cooperate with a software development company celebrating a software for the controlling of accounting systems. The software is also used by the Hungarian Tax Authority during their tax reviews.


IAPA is delighted to welcome Yong Tan & Co to the association, based in Kota Kinbalu, Malaysia.

This is a medium sized accounting firm with a branch in Keningau and a total of 41 staff. The firm offers a broad range of services, specialising in audit and tax.

The firm was first established in 1989 in Kota Kinabalu and Keningau under 'YONG AND COMPANY'. In 1997, the firm's Kota Kinabalu office was merged with K. Tan & Co. to form 'YONG TAN & CO.'. The Keningau office under 'YONG AND COMPANY' will be amalgamated into Yong Tan & Co. in the near future.

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