Based in Tunis, the country’s capital, HLB Tunisia is a regional market leader in its field - providing clients with a full range of high-value auditing, accountancy and consulting services.
Our expert staff can assist clients at every stage of a project, helping them achieve their goals and maximise their income. We count a range of prominent Tunisian and international companies among our clients.
Our 60 highly qualified auditors and consultants work from offices in the heart of Tunis’ financial quarter. HLB Tunisia provides a comprehensive array of auditing services. Our areas of expertise include consolidated accounts; IFRS; tax and social auditing; activity-based costings; business processes reengineering and IT management. We have a proud history of helping offshore companies integrate into the Tunisian economy.
Additional services include: auditing of the accounts of public bodies; due diligence; contractual audits and advising on mergers and acquisitions.
Our accountancy team assists clients in preparing consolidated financial statements, and compliance auditing with IFRS of individual or consolidated accounts. All of our auditing work is consistent with IFAC ISA standards, and the ISQC1 standard for the management of firms and audit missions.
In addition, HLB Turkey is a national leader in tax advisory services, helping our clients manage their everyday taxation issues, and protecting clients by identifying tax or social risks and implementing protective actions.
Address: 40 Rue du Docteur Burnet Mutuelleville
1082 Tunis, Tunisia
Telephone Number: +216 (0)71 84 48 50
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