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INPACT adds new member in Israel

Press release by INPACT
Press release by Inpact - INPACT has welcomed its new member from Israel, Yeskin & Co.

Based in the centre of Israel’s second largest city, Tel-Aviv, Yeskin & Co. provides accounting, consulting and tax services for companies and individuals.

The firm was founded in 2001 and it has grown a strong client based of domestic and international clients. Yeskin & Co. joined INPACT to provide a better service for its clients and identify further business opportunities, explains Founder and Partner, Moshe Yeskin:

“We are proud to have joined INPACT. Its members have an excellent reputation and its global membership means we will be able to offer an extended service to our clients.”

Lena Fiedler, INPACT International President, welcomed Yeskin & Co to the association.

“I am delighted Yeskin & Co. has joined INPACT.  Our new member in Israel adds to a growing network of firms worldwide. We are committed to growing our membership to enhance the networking opportunities of both existing and new members.”

INPACT now has over 145 members in nearly 70 countries and was recently named the 15th largest accounting association in the world by Accountancy Age.

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