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SFAI admits 37 new firms in Asia

Press release by Santa Fe Associates
Press release by Santa Fe Associates - Santa Fe Associattes executive committee is very pleased to announce that an agreement has been reached to incorporate ASNAF Group - Federation Of ASEAN Accounting Firms as full member firm within Santa Fe Associates.

These firms are located in:

  • Australia - Adelaide
  • Australia - Melbourne
  • Australia - Perth
  • Australia - Sydney
  • Brunei - Bandar Seri Begawan
  • Cambodia - Phnom Penh
  • China - Beijing
  • China - Shanghai
  • Indonesia - Jakarta
  • Japan - Tokyo
  • Korea - Seoul
  • Laos - Vientiane
  • Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur (2 firms with 15 offices)
  • Myanmar - Naypyidaw
  • New Zealand - Auckland
  • Philippines - Manila
  • Singapore - Singapore
  • Thailand - Bangkok
  • Taiwan - Taipei
  • Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh City

And additionally to our Santa Fe Associates present firms:

  • Bangladesh - Dakha
  • India - Bangalore
  • India - Colcata
  • India - Mumbai
  • India - New Delhi
  • India - Pune

Asia is with no doubt the continent with very big growing possibilities in the recent century, along with Africa and South America. So the efforts invested by SANTA FE ASSOCIATES to have a consistent professional presence in that continent for sure will bring benefits for the existent SFAI clients, by opening for them those important markets.

A very warm welcome to this excellent group of colleagues!

 

 

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