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INPACT welcomes first member from Morocco

Press release by INPACT

Press release by INPACT - INPACT has welcomed its first member from Morocco, Global Audit Partners.

Based in Casablanca, Global Audit Partners were founded by Anass Falah. Mr Falah graduated as a chartered accountant in France and founded the firm following eight years’ experience in audit in both France and Morocco.

The firm specialises in audit services, but also offers general accounting, tax, management consulting and corporate finance services.

Global Audit Partners are INPACT’s first Moroccan member and add to INPACT’s growing presences in Africa. INPACT now has eleven members in Africa having added two new members in the last six months.

Lena Fiedler, INPACT EMEA & C&SA Board President stated: “We are delighted Global Audit Partners has joined INPACT. We have worked hard over the last year to add quality firms from new territories to our membership. Global Audit Partners are the fifth firm to join us in the past six months, demonstrating our dedication to building a stronger alliance for our members and their clients.”

Global Audit Partners is the fifth firm to join INPACT this membership year. Bureau Fiduciaire Lerminiaux S.A. in Belgium, Sercotri Spa in Chile, Segun Awosanya & Co. in Nigeria and Yeskin & Co in Israel have all joined the alliance since July 2016.

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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