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GGI adds member firms and US merger forms new firm

Geneva Group International's US member firms, Prager & Fenton and Metis Group, merged to form Prager Metis International.

GGI also added Swiss firm Schweizerische Treuhandgesellschaft and Can Consultance Group from Turkey to its association.

The union of Prager & Fenton and Metis Group forms 140 professional staff and 30 partners firm offering assurance, tax and consulting services.

Prager Metis International now has offices in New York , Los Angeles, Basking Ridge (New Jersey), Armonk (New York), Plainview(New York) and London.

"Our aim is to focus on growing our presence both nationally and internationally through new niches, as well as expanding existing niche practices," explained Metis Group managing partner Glenn Friedman.

The new Swiss member firm has 33 professionals in offices located in Basel, Berne and Zurich.

New Turkish member firm Can Consultance Group, founded 1990 and headquartered in Istanbul, offers audit, accounting and consulting services through a staff of 55 professionals and nine partners.

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