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UHY International adds three members to its network

UHY International has added three members to its network, expanding its presence in Egypt and Paraguay.

In Egypt, United For Auditing, Tax, Advisory & Financial Services and Waled Mounir and Muhammad Arafa are currently in the process of adopting the UHY branding

United For Auditing, Tax, Advisory & Financial Services is based in Cairo and has a team of 27 staff, including four partners. The firm provides audit, tax, advisory and transaction services to a portfolio of domestic and international clients primarily represented in the banking & financial services, construction, manufacturing, oil & gas and tourism sectors.

United For Auditing, Tax, Advisory & Financial Services managing partner Nabil Istanbouli said: “Being part of the UHY global network underpins our own values, commitment to deliver quality services and our vision of partnering with our clients to provide agile and practical solutions. We look forward to elevating our business through a successful cooperation with other member firms operating within Egypt and the wider UHY network.”

Based in Alexandria, Waled Mounir and Muhammad Arafa offers audit, accounting, tax, insolvency and corporate recovery, corporate finance and consultancy services to a range of clients represented in the construction, logistical solutions, shipping and transport sectors.

Waled Mounir of Waled Mounir and Muhammad Arafa managing partner Waled Mounir said: “We are committed to provide the necessary competitive 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 also enhance those of our clients and their operations.”

UHY chairman Rick David said: “Egypt as a country has seen many welcomed reforms recently to stabilize and strengthen its economic position driven by public investments, private consumption, and exports of goods and services.

“We are delighted to welcome to the UHY network two new member firms in Egypt, equally enthusiastic, entrepreneurial and keen to join their efforts. The firms will greatly extend our footprint in the Middle Eastern region and strengthen UHY’s regional market expertise, enhance our values and capabilities to serve our international clients who have investments and a business presence in this country and the wider region.”

Paraguay

In Paraguay, Consultoria Integral Del MERCOSUR (CIME) joins UHY, extending the network’s coverage in the Americas. The firm is in the process of adopting the UHY branding and will soon be known as UHY Consultoría Integral Del MERCOSUR (UHY CIME).

CIME was established in 2000 and has a team of 26 staff and two partners. The firm is based in Coronel Oviedo, with additional offices in the capital city of Asunción, as well as in the cities of Villarrica and Ciudad del Este.

The firm provides audit, accounting, tax, insolvency and corporate recovery, corporate finance, management and IT consultancy to a portfolio of domestic and international clients.

CIME managing partner Miguel Vera said: “The UHY network’s collaboration, combined with the reputable UHY brand, will give our firm a competitive edge in Paraguay and the wider region. We look forward to elevating our business through a successful cooperation with other firms operating within the UHY network.”

Rick David said: “We are delighted to welcome CIME to the UHY network. Paraguay has economic advantages of a young population, strong agricultural industry combined with vast hydroelectric power generation capabilities. CIME’s membership extends our footprint in the Americas region and strengthens UHY’s regional market expertise and capabilities to serve our international clients who have a business presence in this country and the wider region.”

 

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