HLB appoints member firm in Mexico

18 September 2019

MEXICO CITY – HLB, the global network of independent advisory and accounting firms, continues its growth with the recent appointment of its newest member firm HLB MAAT Asesores, S.C.

Joining as part of the HLB Mexico Federation, HLB MAAT Asesores, S.C. is a business advisory firm with offices in Mexico City. Founded in 2017, the firm has expertise in tax planning and compliance, transfer pricing, succession planning, patrimonial control structure, legal support, economic optimisation, administrative reengineering, mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, strategic business planning and economic analysis.

Arturo Carvajal Trillo, Founding Partner said: “For HLB MAAT Asesores, S.C. it is a pleasure to be part of the international network of HLB. We consider that with the expertise we have in providing diverse services to multinational companies, we can greatly contribute to this network of professionals. Our Firm will also benefit because we can better serve our clients that are interested in cross border business, as well as capitalise on the experience of all the professionals within HLB.”

With the addition of this new advisory firm, HLB is continuing its strategic transformation and focus on the future. HLB MAAT Asesores, S.C. will strengthen the Mexico federation and broaden the network’s expertise and coverage in this key economic market.

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