HLB appoints member firm in Portugal
25 February 2019
PORTO – HLB, the global network of independent advisory and accounting firms, continues its growth with the appointment of a new member firm in Portugal, Santos Vaz Trigo de Morais & Associados, SROC LDA (SVTM).
Established in 1997, the firm provides audit, taxation, consulting and business valuation services and is based in Porto.
“Delivering high quality professional services combining Audit, Advisory and Tax services, we help our clients and our people to exceed expectations,” comments Teresa Soares, Partner at SVTM. “We strongly believe that working together with HLB will facilitate our growth and allow us to share our technical knowledge and expertise.”
Having already established contacts with other HLB members and with internationally focused clients, the addition of SVTM will not only help the network to grow our capabilities in Portugal, but globally.
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