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Xestion advisor private limited joins AGN International

Press release by AGN International
Press release by AGN International – one of the world’s leading associations of independent certified public accounting and consulting firms, announces that Xestion Advisor Private Limited located at Noida, India, has been admitted into membership.

AGN International – Asia Pacific Limited is part of AGN International Ltd, which has 177 accounting firm members in 84 countries throughout the world. AGN sets rigorous criteria for admission to the association and provides outstanding continuing professional education and intra-member collaboration to help all member firms serve clients with excellence and maintain adherence to the highest professional standards.

Xestion Advisor Private Limited (XAPL), founded in 2013, specializes in Risk Advisory & Management Consulting domains. A team strength of 40+ people have Indian as well as global experience across diverse industries.

In the last three years XAPL has become associated with leading Indian and global brands across a wide range of sectors including telecom, retail, hospitality, manufacturing, aviation, e-commerce and learning, amongst others. XAPL has handled projects in the domains of corporate governance advisory (risk management, internal audit, ICFR, information security, fraud prevention & investigations) and business performance advisory (process mapping & documentation, policy design, ERP reviews, process improvement & automation, MIS design & development, cost management & optimization, operational reviews etc.). XAPL undertakes transaction advisory projects as well.

“Onboarding of Xestion into AGN International is a significant step and gives us a global footprint. We hope to strengthen our customer service delivery practices that utilizing the best practices of AGN.  AGN will help Xestion to tap the Indian market from a stronger position as well as to attract and retain quality talent, which is business critical. With the increase in PE investments in India, there is a tremendous scope for corporate/business governance services. Xestion, jointly with AGN, looks to fill the expectation gap here as well. We are also looking towards collaborating with other AGN members for international projects,” said Kumar SV, founder of the firm.

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