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PrimeGlobal welcomes Mendoza & Asociados as its newest member firm in Panama

Press release by PrimeGlobal

Press release by PrimeGlobal – PrimeGlobal is pleased to announce the addition of Mendoza & Asociados to the Association’s Latin America and Caribbean Region.

Since 2007, Mendoza & Asociados has been providing a full range of Certified Public Accounting services to its clients in the Republic of Panama. Today, the firm boasts a staff of 60.

Mendoza & Asociados strictly adhere to the norms, principles, values and the Code of Ethics, which regulate the profession of Certified Public Accountant in the Republic of Panama. It is this diligence over the past ten years, that has enabled Mendoza & Asociados to build trust with their clients, government and Supreme Audit institutions, financial entities and the general public.  

The firm’s Managing Partner and Founder, Maycquel Mendoza, together with his partners, Rolando Bernal and Ricardo Rivera, highly value education. Among his degrees, Maycquel holds Master’s Degrees in both Taxation and Business Administration. Audit Partner Rolando Bernal holds a Master’s Degree in Corporate Finance, while Tax Partner Ricardo Rivera earned his Master’s Degree in Taxation.

The firm invests in staff development and provides continuous training in the various specialties of the accounting profession, as well as the local regulatory framework and the current fiscal rules.

Both PrimeGlobal and its Latin America and Caribbean Chief Regional Officer, Estefy Pantoja Lahoz, are very pleased to welcome Mendoza & Asociados on board.

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