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Russell Bedford adds Bangladeshi firm

Network Russell Bedford has expanded its presence into Bangladesh with the addition firm M M Rahman & Co, from Dhaka.

The firm was established in 1958, and currently has four equity partners and close to 100 staff.

M M Rahman & Co.’s client base comprises medium-sized enterprises in various industries including chemicals, paper, cement, shipyards, textiles, sugar and food production. Other clients include banks, insurance companies, hospitals and public sector institutions.

Speaking about the appointment, Russell Bedford CEO Stephen Hamlet, said: “It is a pleasure to welcome M M Rahman & Co. as our first full member in Bangladesh, enhancing Russell Bedford’s position in South Asia. I very much look forward to getting to know the team and to meeting at our upcoming conferences where they will be sure to receive a warm welcome from the rest of our network members.”

Partner at M M Rahman & Co. Mohammed Forkan Uddin added: “As a firm with ambitious plans for growth, including plans for recruiting new partners and directors and opening regional offices, membership of an international network was a natural next step for us. We are delighted to have been accepted into such a well-renowned network of professionals and we have no doubt that our firm will benefit from the vast experience within the group, helping us to achieve the growth we are looking for.”

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