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MGI Worldwide welcomes two new members to the network

Press release by MGI Worldwide

Press release by MGI Worldwide - MGI Worldwide, the Top 20 international accounting network, is pleased to announce that Canadian firm Huron Partners LLP and Omani firm MGI Vision Chartered Accountants (formerly Vision Auditing) are joining the global network.

MGI Worldwide says the two firms will join the other 145 member firms that form the international accounting network, which next year will celebrate its 70th Anniversary.

MGI Worldwide adds that their joining will help increase the network's presence in two very important regions, namely MGI North America and MGI Middle East & North Africa.

Canadian firm Huron Partners LLP, based in Mississauga, Ontario, a large Canadian city within the Greater Toronto Area, are a relatively young firm made up of three partners, all of whom have experience working within the Top 6 accounting firms such as Deloitte and Grant Thornton. The firm specialises in assurance, taxation, advisory and accounting, and has ambitions to grow.

Clive Bennett, CEO of MGI Worldwide comments: "Huron Partners are a young, dynamic firm that describe themselves as 'more than an accounting firm'. It is this entrepreneurial spirit that will make them an excellent addition to MGI Worldwide."

"By joining the network, Huron Partners will have the advantage locally to pursue growth and attract high quality clients. The Partners at the Firm also want to ensure that there are no missed opportunities due to lack of global reach."

MGI Worldwide says that Omani firm MGI Vision Chartered Accountants (formerly Vision Auditing) based in the capital Muscat has also chosen to change name and rebrand to reflect their new membership.

Clive Bennett, continues; "We are delighted to have MGI Vision Chartered Accountants join our network. We are equally proud to announce their decision to re-brand and make use of the MGI brand as part of their own firm name as this demonstrates their commitment to MGI and the global brand."

"By joining our network, MGI Vision Chartered Accountants will be able to build on their reputation for high quality work in their domestic market and increase their reach to other countries."

The firm's main service areas are in assurance, tax and consulting.

"When we take on a new member, it's important that they will uphold the high standards of MGI Worldwide, and both MGI Vision Chartered Accounting and Huron Partners certainly do."

"One of the benefits of being part of a network is the support from fellow members. MGI Worldwide pride ourselves on offering our members and their clients the global reach and years of experience of the big accountancy firms, whilst allowing our members to retain the entrepreneurial spirit and personal service that comes with being an independent firm."

"The ability to share resources and work with other members within their region and across the world, as well as the MGI Worldwide organisation will also be a considerable benefit for these new members and their clients."

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