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Santa Fe Associates adds members in Tunisia, Spain and Romania

Press release by Santa Fe Associates
Press release by Santa Fe Associates - Santa Fe Associates executive committeeis very pleased to announce the incorporation of
  • ABS - Audit & Business Services as a new certified member firm in TUNISIA.

With the said incorporation Santa Fe Associates is covering a strategic country in North Africa, and is continuing covering a strategic continent.

The firm has its headquarters in Tunis. It is chaired by Mamdouh Abdennadher and Moncef Sellami. Moncef is the President of a scientific association of accountants in his country named: "Experts Comptables de Tunisie".

  • SFAI Risk & IT a new certified firm based in Valencia, Spain. It develops new digital tools for SFAI partners and also their clients.

Managed by Pablo Marco - former senior manage in PwC-, who decided to start his own project associated to Santa Fe Associates in a very special moment where digital procedures are replacing old manual procedures in the accounting and consulting profession, but even more to evaluate risk as a main issue in our practice.

  • ELF Expert SRL au auditing and consulting firm based in Bucharest, Romania with an extensive expertise in that country.

Managed by Filip Stoica a very well known Romanian professional that opens Santa Fe Associates to the eastern Europe exciting market.

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