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Nexia International expands into Botswana

Press Release by Nexia International

Press Release by Nexia International - Nexia International (Nexia), a top 10 network of independent accounting and consulting firms, has strengthened its presence in Africa with the addition of Varma & Co in Botswana.

Based in the capital, Gaborone, Varma & Co has three partners and 13 members of staff. The firm’s services include accounting, audit and assurance, tax, business advisory, corporate finance, business risk management and control.

It specialises in the manufacturing, farming, trade, exploration and mining, education, hospitality and real estate sectors.

Partner Jayaram Karumathil says: “Nexia International is a leading, global network of independent accounting and consulting firms and this strategic move will enable us to support our clients as they expand internationally. We can strongly relate to Nexia through our own values of delivering high quality partner-led service to our clients, especially when it comes to the small and medium-sized business.”

Kevin Arnold, CEO of Nexia International, said: “We are pleased to welcome Varma & Co to the network and extend our reach into Africa. We look forward to working with them to identify and develop business opportunities that will benefit both our member firms and their clients.”

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