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SFAI welcomes new firms

Press release by SFAI
Press release by SFAI – SFAI Executive Committee is very pleased to announce the incorporation of new firms to our organization. They belong to 3 different continents:

- In Peru (South America), the board has admitted as member firm SFAI Peru – Consulting DLC. With more than 20 years in consulting experience, the firm led by Rafael De Las Casas Cadillo as managing partner has an excellent background in consulting matters.

- In Greece (Europe), the board admitted Audit Plus as a member firm chaired by Gerasimos Zafiratos as the Chairman of the board and Konstantinos Antakis, the managing director. They work with a huge number of industries, serving audit and assurance, advisory, accountancy and tax.

- In Kazakhstan (Asia), the board admitted the firm International Institute of Auditing and Management. This firm is led by Assytkhan Zhaksybergenov and is serving the most important clients in that country in the specialties of audit, accounting and training.

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