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IAPA adds member in Germany

Press Release by IAPA International

IAPA is delighted to announce the creation of new firm Acconsis, a leading tax, chartered accounting and law firm, based in Munich, the heart of the economic growth area in Southern Germany.  The firm may be new but the Managing Directors, however, are well known as former partners of fellow IAPA firm Consilia.   With their team of some 70 people they have been serving clients for more than 50 years at this location offering an integrated, comprehensive service approach from start-up to ongoing assistance.  

In addition to the standard practices of tax, accounting and auditing, the scope of the services has been developed to provide “Private Solutions” giving assistance to entrepreneurs to grow and control their assets and Corporate Finance adjusted to the needs of medium sized companies.  Clients range from the manufacturing industry, service and consulting, wholesale trading companies to hotels and real estate developers as well as not for profit organization.

Acconsis continues to assist foreign clients with their German operations and accompanies German clients on their expansion abroad, all supported by long standing IAPA contacts.

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