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Russell Bedford admits its first member firm in St Vincent

Russell Bedford admitted KDLT based in St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

KDLT is a two-partner based firm and offers auditing, accounting, tax consulting and forensic accounting services.

Russell Bedford’s CEO Stephen Hamlet said: “It is my pleasure to welcome KDLT as Russell Bedford’s first member in the English speaking Caribbean. Offering support in new locations is a benefit of membership that we continuously strive to achieve. We welcome the entire team at KDLT and wish them much success in this very exciting new development for the firm.”

KDLT’s managing partner Kirk Da Silva commented: “As we join this fantastic global network, we are filled with enthusiasm for the opportunities that lie ahead of us as a result of our new membership.

“We look forward to connecting with other members, learning new ways of doing business and of course, to offering our clients access to comprehensive global services wherever they need them.”

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