HLB appoints member firm in Panama
26 February 2019
PANAMA CITY – HLB, the global network of independent advisory and accounting firms, continues its growth with the appointment of a new member firm in Panama, HLB Cheng y Asociados.
Established in 1971, the firm provides audit, tax and accounting services and is based in Panama City.
“At HLB Cheng y Asociados we are pleased to begin this new phase as members of the HLB network. The professionalism of our team and the personalized and differentiated service we offer, has been key throughout these 47 years of experience” John C. Cheng E. Managing Partner of HLB Cheng y Asociados commented. “It’s thanks to the confidence of our clients and the close, personal relationships we have developed with them, while always seeking the best opportunities for their business, that has seen our firm grow. Now, with 5 partners and 80 employees added to HLB’s experience and know-how, we can keep focusing on the growth and well-being of our clients.”
HLB Cheng y Asociados will be a great addition to our global coverage and will work closely with members across our Central America network.
HLB International is a global network of independent professional accounting firms and business advisers. Formed in 1969, we service clients through our member firms in 158 countries, with 29,363 partners and staff in 795 offices worldwide.
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