HLB appoints member firm in Algeria
8 November 2018
ALGIERS – HLB, the global network of independent advisory and accounting firms, continues its growth with the appointment of a new member firm in Algeria, GAAP Expert Corp.
Established in 2010, the firm provides tax advice, business creation, merger & consolidation services and is based in Algiers the capital city of Algeria.
“We are really proud to be part of the network and complete HLB’s north African coverage,” Racim Guerboukha Managing Partner of GAAP Expert Corp commented. “Algeria is a reliable and dynamic economy, and one of the largest markets in the region. The country is also the gateway of Africa and has a strong and long-term cooperation with its African partners.”
With strong capabilities in IFRS implementation for clients and Islamic Finance, items which are priorities for our member firms in Africa and other developing markets, GAAP Expert Corp is an important addition to the network’s global coverage and is already working with both HLB African and HLB European members.
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