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Prominent U.S. Firm Joins Morison KSi

Press release by Morison KSi

Press release by Morison KSi - HA&W, LLP recognised as newest member of international association.


Habif, Arogeti and Wynne, LLP (HA&W), a nationally-recognised tax, accounting and business consulting firm and a top 100 accounting firm in the U.S., has joined global accounting association Morison KSi.

"For decades HA&W has recognised the importance of international businesses to the success of the U.S. economy," said Richard Kopelman, CEO and Managing Partner of HA&W. "We felt it was important to join a global association that can offer our clients high caliber professional service and strong technical skills. After much research, we chose to partner with Morison KSi and are thrilled to bring the value and expertise of the Morison KSi association to our international clients."

The selection of HA&W by Morison KSi represents an important milestone in the association's U.S. strategy. "Expanding our U.S. representation is a key priority, and we invest considerable time and resources to find the right firms," said Liza Robbins, CEO of Morison KSi. "HA&W is exactly the high quality firm we are looking to partner with, and we are thrilled to welcome HA&W to Morison KSi."

Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, HA&W has 43 partners and 375 professionals with expertise across a broad range of services and industries, with specialisation in real estate and construction; manufacturing and distribution; professional services; retail, franchising and hospitality; and technology and biosciences.

HA&W's International Services group specialises in international tax consulting, transfer pricing, crossborder M&A transactions, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) conversions and establishing business structures in new markets. Twenty-five percent of the professionals at HA&W are multi-lingual with over 25 different languages spoken. Today HA&W is doing business with clients across the U.S. and in more than 40 countries. HA&W's International Services group, led by Yelena Epova, is among
the fastest growing areas of the firm and is recognised as a leading international services practice in the U.S.

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