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Nexia International welcomes new member firms in Nicaragua and The Gambia

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 global presence with the addition of two new member firms: H Mendoza & Asociados, S.A. (previously with Geneva Group International (GGI)) in Nicaragua and Payce Consulting Limited in The Gambia.

H Mendoza & Asociados, S.A. is based in Nicaragua's capital Managua. With two partners and 14 members of staff, the firm provides both tax and audit services for a wide range of industries including agriculture, commerce, newspaper, NGO, technology, micro-finance, and oil.

Managing Partner Alejandro Mendoza says: "Nexia International will provide us with good training opportunities for our staff and an invaluable network of colleagues around the world. We're thrilled to become a Nexia member firm."

Joining Nexia International from The Gambia is Payce Consulting Limited, a firm with two directors and six members of staff. Located in the Kanifing Municipality, the firm provides audit, tax, business and management consultancy, and corporate secretarial services. It specialises in mergers, acquisitions & divestitures and corporate restructuring.

"Nexia International's focus on high quality service delivery is directly aligned with the ethos under which Payce Consulting was established. The Gambia will benefit greatly from the presence of such a large global network," said Paul J. Gaye, Managing Partner at Payce Consulting Limited.

Kevin Arnold, CEO of Nexia International, said: "We are pleased to welcome H Mendoza & Asociados, S.A. and Payce Consulting to the network. They will enable us to further develop Nexia's presence in Central America and West Africa for the benefit of our member firms and their clients."

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