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UHY admits member firm in Iran

UHY has admitted member firm Hadi Hesab Tehran, based in Iran, to its network.

Hadi Hesab Tehran has a team of 40 staff, including five partners. It provides audit and advisory, tax, insolvency and recovery, corporate finance and management consultancy services.

UHY’s chairman Rick David said: “We are delighted to welcome Hadi Hesab Tehran to the UHY network. Iran, the second largest economy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region after Saudi Arabia, coupled with a noticeable state presence in manufacturing and financial services, reinforces our regional footprint and strengthens UHY’s international market expertise. We very much support the capabilities Hadi Hesab Tehran bring to serve our clients’ international needs and opportunities.”

Hadi Hesab Tehran’s managing partner Hamid Reza Keyhani commented: “Our firm has joined the UHY network for many reasons and is committed to provide the necessary resources to help our clients operate more efficiently in a global market place. The global presence of the network combined with the expertise and knowledge of UHY’s 8,100 colleagues around the world will support our clients’ requirements and not only strengthens our own commitment and capabilities, locally and regionally, but will also enhance those of our clients and their operations.”

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