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Kreston welcomes new member Bentacera B.V, The Netherlands

Press release by Kreston International

Press release by Kreston International - Kreston International, the global network of independent accounting firms, has announced that Bentacera B.V is the latest firm to join Kreston Netherlands and the network's global membership.

With 16 Partners, the audit, accounting and tax firm has six offices based in Bolsward, Dokkum, Drachten, Heerenveen, Leeuwarden and Sneek, the Northern region of The Netherlands. Their extensive local and international client list includes those mainly in the construction, leisure, service and manufacturing industries.

Jon Lisby, Kreston CEO, said: "We are delighted to welcome Bentacera to the global network. This admittance will increase our capabilities in the region and we now have excellent representation in 13 major locations. This is a progressive firm with impressive international experience and will be an excellent fit for the Kreston Netherlands Group".

Managing Partner Gooitzen Boonstra said: "We are honoured to have become a member of Kreston International. Being part of the network will prove extremely beneficial to our clients and we look forward to developing trusted and successful working relationships with our fellow firms within Kreston Netherlands and the global network."

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