HLB International appoints member firm in Rwanda
14 February 2018
KIGALI – HLB International, one of the leading global accountancy networks with presence in 150 countries, continues its growth with the recent signing of a new member firm in Rwanda, M.N & Associates CPA.
M.N & Associates CPA is based in Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda. Established in 2008, the firm provides and offers expertise in Audit & Assurance, Accounts outsourcing, Taxation as well as Advisory services.
Michael Maina, Partner at M.N & Associates CPA, commented: “ With the firm’s values of uncompromising professionalism in all aspects of our business dealings we are excited to be joining HLB International and connect with member firms. Not only to meet the clients expectations but also to exceed them.”
M.N & Associates CPA, with its cross-border business, will work closely with other HLB members, in particular in Africa and Europe. With extensive experience in the East African region, the firm makes a great addition to our coverage in Africa.
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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