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Russell Bedford International admits a member firm

Network Russell Bedford International has admitted a new member firm, Assure Consulting W.L.L based in Bahrain.

Assure Consulting provides consultancy services in relation to mergers and acquisitions, financing, IT, corporate restructuring and staff placement, as well as internal audit and accounting services. It was founded in 2005 by the current managing director P S  Balasubramanyam.

The firm’s client base comprises insurance companies, banks, healthcare and educational establishments and family-owned businesses.

Russell Bedford CEO, Stephen Hamlet, said: “I am thrilled to announce the further development of Russell Bedford’s position in the Middle East and of course, to welcome Assure Consulting, our first ever member in Bahrain, to our expanding network. I wish Assure Consulting’s team every success in their new role as a member of Russell Bedford and look forward to working with them in the coming months and years.”

Assure Consulting’s managing director P S Balasubramanyam said: “Our new membership will help us to both improve our credibility in our local market and offer our clients comprehensive global support wherever they need it. We are very eager to get to know the other network members and to begin sharing specialist expertise and best practise.”

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