Press release by AGN International – AGN International announced that Correa, Leon y Asociados – Auditores, S.C. located in Panama, has been admitted into membership.
Central and South America is part of AGN International Ltd, which has 197 accounting firm members in 85 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.
Correa, Leon y Asociados – Auditores, S.C. was founded in 2008. It is a family business, run by the managing partner Javier Correa Chiu, son Javier Correa Gonzalez and daughter Oreana Correa Gonzalez, that provide outsourcing, audit and tax services to clients operating locally and also in several countries in Latinamerica and Spain. The firm has two offices in Panama, and has a strong focus on SMEs, with high expertise on the construction industry.
Coming from another global association, in AGN they see the opportunity to continue growing their practice, as the country of Panama is great for outsourcing services, while is becoming more attractive with new international treaties to avoid double taxation.
Correa is convinced that their privileged location, in combination with the access to the AGN global knowledge base and the connections with trusted partners worldwide will boost even more their international business.
Javier Correa Chiu, founding partner said: “Our country, Panama, is increasingly adhering to the reports of Fiscal Transparency that will entail a fluid communication with specialists in these areas and others. We are sure that this Association has the organization, discipline and communication that will allow our clients to comply with these regulations and have access to other markets. In the same way, other countries will be able to see Panama as an important point to realize and develop their investments.”
Alberto Adaminas, chair of AGN in central and south America said: “We met Mr Correa during last Regional Meeting and I am confident that his incorporation in this Association will be very positive, he and his team show high level of engagement with AGN activities and members, which can only provide positive results.”