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Saudi Arabian firm Abdulwahab Al Ageel CPAs joins TGS Global network

Press release by TGS Global

Press release by TGS Global -Abdulwahab Al Ageel CPAs and Consultants has joined the TGS Global network. The five-partner firm has offices in Riyadh, Dammam and Al Khobar with a fourth scheduled to open in Jeddah during 2016.


Established in 2009, the firm offers a range of services including -
- Financial audit and assurance
- Accounting and advisory services
- Zakat and tax services
- Corporate finance
- Internal audit
- Risk management
- IT systems and solutions

The firm is also registered with the US Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB).

More than just auditors, consultants or tax advisors, the firm is also acknowledged as a provider of sound financial and advisory services. The client base is mainly small to medium sized privately owned enterprises and some larger companies with assets of up to $500m. The firm is active internationally and has client companies with parents in countries including the UK, Austria, Korea and Finland.

Commenting on this new venture, Managing Director Mr. Abdulwahab Sa'ad Al Ageel says "As Saudi Arabia quickens the pace of diversification away from reliance on the oil sector, new investment opportunities are emerging and our firm needs to more fully establish its international presence and credentials. Joining TGS Global will enable us to engage with established quality-assured firms around the globe who share our vision and ambition. We look forward to developing fruitful relationships with our fellow members in this dynamic network."

CEO of TGS Global, Richard Keyes adds: "A presence in the dominant regional economy is absolutely key to our continued development in the Middle East. Al Ageel has moved quickly to establish itself in the key cities in the Kingdom and the firm has ambitious and achievable plans for growth. We very much welcome their decision to join TGS."

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