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K-Coe Isom and HoganTaylor join PrimeGlobal

PrimeGlobal has announced two new members in the associations North America Region, K·Coe Isom LLP with offices across the US and Oklahoma-based HoganTaylor LLP.

K·Coe Isom leads the US food and agriculture industry in accounting and consulting. The firm also has a strong regional presence in community banking, construction, manufacturing, real estate and technology.

The firm’s CEO Jeff Wald said: “We’re proud to be a new member firm of PrimeGlobal.  Our customers and advisory teams will certainly benefit from the additional resources, international accounting best practices, and premium network of global contacts the association provides.  We look forward to reciprocating, building relationships, and creating long-term advantages for both US and international businesses.”

HoganTaylor LLP is one of the largest public accounting firms in the Oklahoma and Arkansas region with over 300 staff and offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Fayetteville and Little Rock.

“At HoganTaylor, we move forward optimistically and expect to be better tomorrow than we are today.” Says Randy Nail, CEO at HoganTaylor. “This ‘get better philosophy’ has always been a part of who we are and what we do as a firm. It drives our desire to be leaders in the markets of those we serve and ensures that we continually improve upon our service to our clients and our communities.”

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