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Russell Bedford International adds member in Puerto Rico

Russell Bedford International has added RRC CPA Group as a member firm in Puerto Rico.

RRC is a four-partner firm which offers a range of services and has a focus on audit. Its clients operate in sectors ranging from healthcare and construction to retail and government.

Commenting on the appointment, Russell Bedford CEO Stephen Hamlet said: “I am delighted to welcome RRC CPA Group as our new member for Puerto Rico. The full-service firm is the ideal addition to network’s representation in the Caribbean and is an indication of expected further growth in this and neighbouring regions.”

RRC partner Juan Ramis said: “It is an exciting moment for our firm as we begin this new phase in our existence, gaining international network membership. Being in a position where we can confidently offer wider services in locations around the world to our current and prospective clients, will undoubtedly propel our firm into its next growth stage by creating new opportunities for growth and development.”

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