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Kreston admits member to its network

Kreston international has admitted UAE based Morison Menon Group to its network.

The group is headquartered in Dubai, and will be rebranded to Kreston Menon. It has 18 partners and over 250 members of staff across its eight offices.

It offers audit, accounting and consulting services.

Morison Menon Group’s managing partner and chairman Raju Menon said: “To be admitted as a member of Kreston International is an excellent development for our firm. Through this strategic alliance and, by taking the Kreston brand, we hope to further raise our profile and credibility in the accounting market place and to further serve our regional and international client base by collaborating with our fellow member firms across the network.”

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