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SFAI reports eight new members in Asia, Europe, Eastern Europe and the Caribbean

SFAI has announced eight new member firms to its network, including two in Asia, three in Europe, two in Eastern Europe and one in the Americas.

In Asia the two new members are Thailand’s Reliance Consulting Co Ltd and Song Ltd in China. Shanghai-based Song is led by Yvon Russon and provides professional services such as accounting/finance, HR, administrative procedures. Led by Teo Han Siang and located in Bangkok, Reliance Consulting has more than 15 years of solid experience in the areas of accounting, auditing, and tax.

Top-Audit LLC in Russia and Arsen Bagimsiz Denetim Hiz A.s.in Turkey are the two new firms in Eastern Europe. Top-Audit is run in Moscow by Olga Ivanovskaya and offers audit according to Russian and foreign standards (IFRS, GAAP), accounting, include accounting and reporting under RAS among other services.

In Europe, Nikolaos Bourgazas & Partners EE is based in Athens. The firm has expertise also in international tax planning. SFAI Montenegro/MNA is led by Branko Ljutic and established in Podgorica. In Ireland, Dublin-based Avid Partners, run by Jamie O’Hanlon provide a range of accounting, audit and tax services.

Finally, in the Americas, C R Hylton & Co is based in Kingston, Jamaica, providing professional services to local firms and to companies located in Trinidad & Tobago, New York and Florida, USA.

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