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UHY admits member firm to its network

UHY has admitted Suvod Associates as a member firm. The firm is in process of adopting UHY branding and will be known as UHY Suvod Associates, Chartered Accountants.

UHY has admitted Suvod Associates as a member firm. The firm is in process of adopting UHY branding and will be known as UHY Suvod Associates, Chartered Accountants.

Based in Nepal, Suvod Associates’ consists of a team of 42, including two partners. It provides audit and assurance, and tax and management consultancy. It provides these services to a range of sectors including aviation, telecommunications, hospitality, governmental organisations and trading companies.

Suvod Associates managing partner Suvod Kumar said: “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, grow their business, and achieve new levels of success in today’s increasingly competitive market place.”

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