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Russell Bedford adds Georgian firm

Russell Bedford has added Akhvlediani to its network.

Based in the Georgian capital city of Tbilisi, Akhvlediani, which operates through two legal entities, Akhvlediani Audit Consulting and Akhvlediani Business Consulting, covers tax compliance and consulting, audit, accounting and bookkeeping, management consulting and legal services.

The firm has experience in working for both state-owned organisations and private businesses, mainly SMEs.

Russell Bedford CEO Stephen Hamlet said: “It is a pleasure to welcome Akhvlediani to the Russell Bedford network. The firm’s full range of services is a welcome addition to the network in Tbilisi and we wish Zviad and his team much success as a result of their appointment as our new member firm in Georgia.”

Zviad Akhvlediani, partner at Akhvlediani, added: “We are confident that our new network membership will aid the development of our new firm as we work towards offering our clients optimum support wherever they need it. We look forward to working with network members around the world in achieving our mutual business goals.”

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