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Russell Bedford admits Albanian member

Russell Bedford has admitted Albanian Consultancy to its network, based in Tirana, Albania.

Russell Bedford has admitted Albanian Consultancy to its network, based in Tirana, Albania.

Albanian Consultancy offers services in accounting, bookkeeping, tax compliance, tax consulting and management consulting services and auditing.

Albanian Consultancy’s partner Gentian Barjamaj said: “Our membership of this expanding international network is a proud moment for our group, providing the right amount of motivation to take Albanian Consultancy to the next level of its development. We look forward to connecting with other members within the network and to creating opportunities for supporting out mutual clients.”

The news means Russell Bedford has already recruited three firms in 2019, following the additions of Sheikh Qasem International / Bayt Al Hekmah, and Cray, Kaiser.

Russell Bedford CEO Stephen Hamlet said: “What an incredible start to the New Year. We had so much success in 2018, we thought it would be hard to beat; but with this start, we are looking forward to an even better year!”

 

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