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Integra International adds three member firms

Integra International has admitted three new member firms: LacMont AG, PGS Consulenti / Studio Papa, and Emergex Outsourcing.

LacMont AG is an audit, tax and accounting firm with a managing partner, four shareholders and three staff in Zug, Switzerland.

PGS Consulenti/ Studio Papa is located in Milan, Italy. It is a three partner and 12 staff firm offering advisory services in corporate finance, restructuring and financial planning.

Emergex Outsourcing is based in Kiev, Ukraine. It is a full-service firm with five partners and 127 qualified professional staff. Partners and staff all speak English and seven people also speak German, French and Italian.

Integra International’s global chair Giuseppe Scibetta commented: “Our Association has a strong global footprint and these new firms show how cooperation between members has been beneficial for our industry and our clients.”

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