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Israeli firm Sa’ar Group joins TGS Global network

Press release by Sa'ar Group

Press release by Sa'ar Group - Sa'ar Group has joined the TGS Global network. Founded in 2000, the firm has four partners and is based in Tel Aviv. Offering a complete range of services including audit, accounting and tax, there is also a rapidly growing consultancy arm which has particular skills in the provision of litigation support and expert opinions. The firm also has an innovative TAX-TV channel on YouTube.

Clients range from small to large enterprises in the service, commerce and export-oriented industrial sectors, with a significant component of cross-border trade. Specialist internal/forensic audit and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance services are provided to Israeli clients in Europe and the USA.

Managing Partner Elisha Sa'ar says: "Our firm has grown to a point where we needed to belong to a professional network with entrepreneurial and pro-active members. Our clients require increasingly sophisticated services to support their overseas activities and we have to be able to provide them with responsive and quality-assured advice. We are confident that by joining TGS Global, we will be able to deliver our clients' needs and accelerate our own ambitious growth plans."

CEO of TGS Global, Richard Keyes, adds: "The addition of Sa'ar Group as our exclusive member firm in Israel is another milestone in the development of the network in the Middle East. They are a truly dynamic team with a refreshing approach, exemplified by their use of social media channels to promote and develop their business. With an impressive track record of international activity, we expect them to make a significant contribution in the coming years."

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