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Russell Bedford International admits member in Amman

Russell Bedford International has admitted Sheikh Qasem International / Bayt Al Hekmah to its network.

Russell Bedford International has admitted Sheikh Qasem International / Bayt Al Hekmah to its network.

Sheikh Qasem International / Bayt Al Hekmah is based in Amman and provides audit, assurance, internal audit, tax, financial advisory, and business advisory services.

Russell Bedford International’s CEO Stephen Hamlet said: “What a fantastic way to enter 2019 with the announcement of new member, Sheikh Qasem International / Bayt Al Hekmah, in support of network development in the Middle-East. I look forward to meeting the team at our upcoming events throughout the year and wish them well as they become accustomed to their new position as member of Russell Bedford International.”

Sheikh Qasem International / Bayt Al Hekmah’s managing partner Mahmoud A. Qasem added: “As we join this fantastic global network, we are filled with enthusiasm for this new chapter for our firm. We are excited by the new prospects that lie ahead in 2019 as a result of our new membership and are eager to begin building relations with other members around the globe to support our client’s needs.”

 

 

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