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Naeim Thabet Eloxory & Partners Joins BOKS International in Egypt

BOKS International is pleased to welcome Naeim Thabet Eloxory & Partners to the alliance. A full-service accountancy firm established in 1980, they are considered one of the oldest firms in the field in Egypt.

Currently operating in Cairo through an office based in Heliopolis district with another office being under construction and planned opening in 2021, Naeim Thabet Eloxory & Partners has acquired extensive experience over the past four decades, and pride themselves as leading professionals and advisors in Egypt. Naeim Thabet Eloxory & Partners focus on the continuing changes and improvements taking place in the sector, which has led the firm to enhance on the professional practices and services they provide to their clients and has reflected on their current position in the professional field.

Mina Naiem Thabet said, “It is with great pleasure and honour to join BOKS International, being part of your global alliance of reputable accounting and legal firms is a milestone of great value. We are looking forward to having successful cooperation and fruitful communication with each and everyone.”

Richard Sergeant, Alliance Director commented: “We are delighted to welcome Naeim Thabet Eloxory & Partners into the BOKS International family of firms. They are a welcome addition to the alliance, particularly as they have joined in this challenging global business climate; which demonstrates the forward-focus and values that have consolidated the firm’s standing in the Egyptian accounting sector for so many years.”

Currently operating in Cairo through an office based in Heliopolis district with another office being under construction and planned opening in 2021, Naeim Thabet Eloxory & Partners has acquired extensive experience over the past four decades, and pride themselves as leading professionals and advisors in Egypt. Naeim Thabet Eloxory & Partners focus on the continuing changes and improvements taking place in the sector, which has led the firm to enhance on the professional practices and services they provide to their clients and has reflected on their current position in the professional field.

Mina Naiem Thabet said, “It is with great pleasure and honour to join BOKS International, being part of your global alliance of reputable accounting and legal firms is a milestone of great value. We are looking forward to having successful cooperation and fruitful communication with each and everyone.”

Richard Sergeant, Alliance Director commented: “We are delighted to welcome Naeim Thabet Eloxory & Partners into the BOKS International family of firms. They are a welcome addition to the alliance, particularly as they have joined in this challenging global business climate; which demonstrates the forward-focus and values that have consolidated the firm’s standing in the Egyptian accounting sector for so many years.”

 

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