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INPACT welcomes two new members

press release by INPACT

Press release by INPACT - INPACT has welcomed two new members, Sercotri Spa and Segun Awosanya & Co., as it continues to expand its membership.

Sercotri Spa in Chile

Founded in February 2016, Secotri Spa is headquartered in Chile’s capital Santiago. Founder, Victor Mancilla, recognised a need for highly technical tax, accounting, internal audit and compliance services in Santiago. Working with another Partner and 12 staff, Secotri Spa offers taxation, management consulting and payroll services.

Secotri Spa is INPACT’s second member in Chile and part of an ever-growing Central and South America group. The group now has 12 members in 11 countries.

Segun Awosanya & Co. in Nigeria

Segun Awosanya & Co. was found in 2011 and is based in Nigeria’s capital Abuja. The firm is registered with The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria and Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria and offers audit, accounting, taxation, Revenue Consultancy and management consultancy services. Segun Awosanya & Co. works closely with Nigerian Government agencies such as The Budget Office in the Federal Ministry of Finance, National Pension Commission, Independent National Electoral Commission and the Federal Capital Territory Administration among others. Its clients also include organisations operating in the private sector.

Segun Awosanya & Co. is INPACT’s 10th African member and the second from Nigeria.

The addition of these two new firms demonstrates INPACT’s dedication to building a stronger international alliance for its members and their clients.

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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