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Nexia International welcomes two new member firms in El Salvador and Curacao

Press release Nexia International

Press release Nexia International - Nexia International (Nexia), a top 10 network of independent accounting and consulting firms, has further strengthened its presence in Central America with the addition of Latinco LTDA de C.V. (previously with the Alliott Group) in El Salvador and VAAS Chartered Accountants Inc. in Curacao.

Based in San Salvador, Latinco LTDA de C.V. has three partners and 42 members of staff. It provides audit, accountancy, tax, management consultancy and transfer pricing services.

Audit partner Jose Gustavo Arias Molina says: "We are proud to join Nexia International and we look forward to working with fellow members throughout the Americas to help us grow."

VAAS Chartered Accountants Inc. is based in Curacao, has an office in Suriname and also operates in the islands of Aruba, Bonaire and Saint Martin.

With two partners and six members of staff, the firm specialises in providing international tax planning and audit services to the banking, insurance, financial services, pharmaceutical, telecoms and internet gaming industries.

Audit partner Rolf Verdaasdonk says: "Vaas Accountants is pleased to join Nexia and be part of this top ten network. We look forward to sharing knowledge and insight with experts around the world, and embracing opportunities to enhance and widen the scope of our firm."

Kevin Arnold, CEO of Nexia International, said: "We are delighted to welcome these two Central American firms to our global network, opening up even better access to expertise and resources to businesses and individuals in the Americas and beyond."

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