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Integra International adds five new firms

Integra International has admitted five new member firms to the association: KAP Expertise, Gätzi & Partner Treuhand AG, Koestenbauer Steuerberatung, Finaudit Kazakhstan, and Frühwirt Wirtschaftsprüfungs und Steuerberatungs GmbH.

KAP Expertise is a 2 Partner and 14 staff firm in Dakar, Senegal. The two partners are Radoine Kreaime and Rayan Darwiche. Kreaime worked for several years in France, including five years as a senior manager of the Integra member firm in Paris.

Gätzi & Partner Treuhand AG in Zurich, Switzerland is a 2 partner and 4 staff firm, founded in 2016 by Ralf Gätzi and Sven Bergamin.  The managing partner is Ralf Gätzi and the second partner and main contact for Integra International is Sven Bergamin.

Koestenbauer Steuerberatung GmbH & Co KG is a 1 Partner and 20 staff firm specialized in accounting, tax consulting and management consulting and located in Klagenfurt, Austria. The managing partner, Mag. Heinz Koestenbauer, is the main contact for Integra.

Finaudit Kazakhstan is a firm with 2 Partners and 13 staff, founded in 1993. The Almaty firm offers services in the areas of accounting & tax compliance, auditing, tax consulting and management consulting.  The second Partner is Daniyar Nurseitov.

Frühwirt Wirtschaftsprüfungs und Steuerberatungs GmbH is a tax, consulting and auditing partner in Austria.  Florian Fruehwirt is managing partner and specializes in Austrian and European business law.  Markus Barti is head of taxation and specializes in corporate taxation and international tax law.  Werner Fruehwirt is the founder.

Integra International’s Global Chair Giuseppe Scibetta said: “We are excited about the growth in our European region and the concentration of members will help activate service to clients and referrals between members.”

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