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Integra International adds seven member firms

Integra International has admitted seven member firms: Nazorat Audit, GD Riches, Shahid Ahmad & Co., First Audit International, M&C Network,Al Ghanem Certified Public Accountants, and Link Audit SRL.

Nazorat Audit is based in Tashkent, Uzbekistan with three partners and 24 staff.

GD Riches Chartered Accountants based in Quatre Bornes, Republic of Mauritius, has one partner and 11 staff.

Shahid Ahmad & Co. is based in Peshawar, located near the Afghanistan boarder. The firm has a second office in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.  Altogether there are four partners and 13 staff.

First Audit International has one managing partner and 22 staff in Chisinau, Moldova, and was established in 1996.

M&C Network has five partners and eight staff based in Sardinia across two offices.

Al Ghanem Certified Public Accountants, is a two partner, 24 staff firm in Manama, Bahrain with a branch office in Damman, Saudi Arabia, under the name Nasser Alkhunaizi CPAs.

Link Audit SRL is located in Palermo, Italy, with two partners and 11 staff. 

Integra International’s global chair Giuseppe Scibetta said: “Our Association has flexibility in accepting new members provided that they are internationally focused, competent and they can offer total service.”

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