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Santa Fe Associates Executive Committee signs agreement with Porther Hetu International

Press Release by Santa Fe Associates

Press release by SANTA FE ASSOCIATES - SANTA FE ASSOCIATES EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE is very pleased to announce that after several months of discussion an agreement was signed with PORTHER HETU INTERNATIONAL one of the most important accounting groups in Canada to incorporate their member firms as SANTA FE ASSOCIATES members.

The said cooperation agreement effective June 20, 2016 bring to our organization with a very strong network of 37 offices located all over the Canadian territory with more than 60 partners and a total additional staff of 200 people.

In that sense we are adding offices in:

  • St John – Newfoundland
  • Mount Pearl – Newfoundland
  • Bedford – Nova Scotia (two offices)
  • Dartmouth – Nova Scotia
  • Dieppe – New Brunswick
  • Fredericton – New Brunswick
  • Quispamsis – New Brunswick
  • Sussex – New Brunswick
  • Tracadie Sheila – New Brunswick
  • Chicoutimi - Quebec
  • St=Laurent – Quebec (two offices)
  • Saint-Hubert – Quebec
  • Montreal – Quebec
  • Shawville – Quebec
  • Almonte – Ontario
  • Kenora – Ontario
  • St.Catherines – Ontario
  • Toronto – Ontario (two offices)
  • Sutton – Ontario
  • Richmond Hill – Ontario (two offices)
  • Elginburg – Ontario
  • Nork York – Ontario
  • Lakefield – Ontario
  • Bancroft – Ontario
  • Hinton – Alberta
  • Winnipeg – Manitoba (three offices)
  • Drumheller – Alberta
  • High River – Alberta
  • Slave Lake – Alberta
  • Vancouver – British Columbia

Even more this association brings to SANTA FE ASSOCIATES a new firm in Caracas, Venezuela - Fuentes Tovar & Asociados and additional one in Beirut, Lebanon – Ziad Haddad Accounting and Consulting.

 

 

 

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