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Santa Fe Associates admits new member firms in Cuba, Argentina, Luxembourg and Mauritius

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Press release by Santa Fe Associates - Santa Fe Associates is very pleased to announce that it has admitted member firms  Contandores Auditores Amigo Valentini & CIA SRL exclusive for Argentina, Antrix Corporate Solutions Ltd. for the Republic of Mauritius, Coficom Trust S.à r.l. for Luxemborg and Ámbar Servicios Profesionales in Cuba.

Contandores Auditores Amigo Valentini & CIA SRL

Amigo Valentini is a leading firm of Accountants and Auditors based in Buenos Aires, with more than 65 years practising in Argentina and is ranked among the top 30 accountancy practices.Due to the expansion of SFAI activities in the world, the Board of Directors has decided to appoint a leader firm in Argentina that could look for clients’ professional necessities.Founded in 1949, the firm chaired by Dr. Antonio García Vilariño has grown over the years to become a multi professional firm with specialists in auditing, consulting, actuarial assessment and tax matters. Has the register # 1 at the National Insurance Companies Agency and in the same place in the SEC Argentina. With 10 partners/directors and over 50 staff, Amigo Valentini will lead SFAI Argentina that is the organisation integrated by firms located in several argentine provinces.

Antrix Corporate Solutions Ltd. – Rebublic of Maritius


Antrix is a Corporate Services Provider with particular expertise in the formation and administration of Global Business Companies, Trusts, Foundations, Funds and Limited Partnerships.
Based in the capital city of Port Louis, with two partners and a staff of more than 15 people, Antrix is the hinge between African and Asian business networks.


Coficom Trust S.à r.l. - Luxemborg


Coficom Trust S.à r.l.’ head-office is in Luxembourg and it is registered with the Registre de Commerce (RCS B 153 931). The company is privately owned and managed by its shareholders who ensure the day-to- day running of the business.
The firm is fully regulated with the Luxembourg Chartered Accountants body.
Chaired by Nicholas Martin, Coficom Trust S.à r.l. is there to enable clients to have a vision of the future by providing them with a proactive approach to their financial needs, tailor made to suit each client.

Ámbar Servicios Profesionales

Ámbar Servicios Profesionales is a Cuban professional firm organized as a cooperative under the laws of CUBA, and will work to assist local clients and foreign investors as well, that are today asking our firm for support in the island. With 5 partners and over 20 staff, AMBAR president Licenciado JORGE JORDÁN is since today already working with our firm in Bogotá, to help a Cuban client with operations in Colombia.

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