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Nexia International admits firm in Kosovo

Nexia International has admitted Audit Group, based in Kosovo, to its network.

The firm has two partners and eight members of staff. It provides services in audit, tax and accounting, business consulting, and internal audit services. These services are offered to sectors such as agriculture, construction, energy, and NGOs.

Audit Group partner Xhevdet Beqiri said: “These are exciting times for Audit Group. We look forward to working with following Nexia member firms and embracing new opportunities to provide services to international businesses to help grow our business.”

Nexia International’s CEO Kevin Arnold said: “We are delighted to welcome Audit Group to our network and look forward to working with them to help broaden our offering to member firms and their clients in the region.”


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