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Nexia International adds member firms in Chile and Egypt

Nexia International has added two member firms to its network. ARTLY Chile Auditores Limitada joins in Chile while Maged Sherif & Co joins in Egypt.

With offices in Santiago and Concepción, ARTL Chile Auditores Limitada has four partners, nearly 80 staff and is registered with Public Company Accounting Oversight Board in the USA.

The firm offers a range of audit, advisory, risk management, outsourcing, business process consulting, tax advisory, tax compliance, legal consultancy, international tax and IFRS advisory services.

ARTL Chile managing partner Luis Landa said: “We believe that Nexia’s forward-looking leadership, its people, its commitment and the empathy between its members makes it the right choice for our firm and we look forward to being part of its bright future.”

Nexia International CEO Kevin Arnold said: “The expertise and market knowledge of Chile and the US, ARTL Chile Auditores Limitada brings will be of great benefit to members across the world, and we look forward to working with them.”

Based in Cairo, Maged Sherif & Co has five partners and 37 members of staff providing a wide range of services including corporate, business and international tax advice, assurance, M&A, transfer pricing, valuations of businesses and auditing.

Maged Sherif & Co execeutive partner and COO said: “Sharing knowledge and experience with members across the world is important to us. By joining Nexia’s global network of high-quality accountants and auditors, we can better serve our clients requiring assurance and advisory services internationally and attract more referrals.”

Arnold said: Maged Sherif & Co brings an impressive depth of experience and knowledge in many sectors and industries that will greatly benefit our members across the world. We look forward to working with them.”

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