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PrimeGlobal Welcomes Ortiz, Leos y Cía, S.C. as its Newest Member Firm in Mexico

Press release by PrimeGlobal

Press release by PrimeGlobal - PrimeGlobal is pleased to announce the addition of Ortiz, Leos y Cía, S.C. to the Association’s Latin America and Caribbean Region. 

In over 30 years of experience and growth, Ortiz, Leos y Cía, S.C. has evolved and adapted to meet the challenges of today’s integrated markets as a competitive business that adds value to its clients. The firm is strategically located in the northeastern part of Mexico, in a region well known as a manufacturing cluster. The firm has broad experience in tax, legal, audit, due diligence, business process outsourcing and financial reporting.

Ortiz, Leos y Cía, S.C. Managing Partner Emilio Ortiz Leos (CPA) explains that firm’s particular competitive advantage is in its knowledge and experience with foreign investment, especially in the manufacturing and real estate industries. The firm’s experience comes from work with American, Canadian, French, Korean, German, Chinese and other foreign investment companies. Ortiz, Leos y Cía, S.C. has broad experience with foreign investment companies and local companies with international operations. The firm handles domestic tax issues, and provides advice on international taxation matters.

Both PrimeGlobal and its Latin America and Caribbean Chief Regional Officer, Estefy Pantoja Lahoz, are very pleased to welcome Ortiz, Leos y Cía, S.C. on board, joining its approximately 300 member firms in 85 countries.  

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