Crowe Horwath International has admitted
former Nexia International member firm Gossler as its Mexican

Crowe Horwath International was on the hunt
for a new member firm after losing Castillo Miranda to BDO
International in January.

Gossler has 39 partners and 800 staff across
25 offices in Mexico. Gossler is among the top seven Mexican firms
by headcount and was the largest of Nexia International’s four

Gossler chief executive Pablo Mendoza García
said that being a Crowe Horwath International member will
“facilitate stronger growth in new and diverse sectors of our
Mexican economy”.

Crowe Horwath International chief executive
Frank Arford said the new addition “marks a milestone in our growth
plan in Mexico”.

When former Crowe Horwath International member
Castillo Miranda left the network its managing partner Carlos Garza
y Rodriguez said making the change was one of the toughest
professional decisions of his life. BDO International was looking
for a new member due to ‘irreconcilable differences’ with its
previous member Hernandez Marron y Cia.

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