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MSI Global Alliance appoints four new member firms

Press release by MSI Global Alliance

Press release by MSI Global Alliance - MSI Global Alliance, a leading international association of legal and accounting firms, is pleased to announce the admission of four new member firms to the association as of 1st April 2016.

MSI welcomes three new firms across Latin America, including accountancy firm Colón Cuebas & Laguna, CPA, PSC based in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Established in 2006, the firm provides all aspects of accounting, assurance and tax services as well as advisory services.

Also joining MSI is accountancy firm BolboGroup Audit & Consulting based in Costa Rica. BolboGroup provides accounting and audit services, corporate governance, business risk management, compliance, tax and financial management services as well as administrative and back office services.

Ecuador based accountancy firm Ugarte, Quiñonez & Asociados joins MSI with an office in Guayaquil. Established in 1987, the firm offers tax, accounting and audit services to a wide range of businesses in the commercial, agriculture and service industries.

MSI is delighted to announce the admission of AP Legal, a law firm based in Fiji. AP Legal provides a wide range of legal services including commercial law, property and real estate, litigation, banking and finance, labour and employment, family law and intellectual property law to a diverse clientele.

Tim Wilson, chief executive of MSI, comments, "I am delighted to welcome these four new firms to MSI. Latin America is a focus of growth for us and I am pleased that we have three accounting firms joining us to broaden our representation there - all are ambitious firms looking to contribute fully within MSI. I am also pleased to welcome AP Legal in Fiji; this firm intends to work closely with our Australian and New Zealand firm and is a great addition to our legal offering."

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