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Three firms join RSM Canada

Three firms based in Calgary, Red Deer and Edmonton join RSM Canada. RSM Canada will also acquire all their assets with the transactions expected to close by early November 2018.

The network's presence in Western Canada will now be expanded to these three locations with a combined team of 29 partners and more than 200 professionals.

RSM Canada offers services including audit and tax services and RSM Canada Consulting offers consulting services such as technology and management consulting, security, privacy and risk, financial advisory and transaction and merger acquisition.

The acquisition of the new firms is part of RSM's wider strategy to expand beyond Toronto and Alberta to other markets across Canada.

RSM’s International CEO Jean Stephens said: “Canada is a strategically important market for our businesses and our presence in the country is one that we are looking to grow and cement even further. The addition of three new offices to RSM Canada will allow us to further support our clients with a consistent and unified approach.”

 

By Mishelle Thurai

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