HLB International appoints new member in Brazil
28 April 2017
SAO PAULO – HLB International, one of the leading global accountancy networks with presence in 140 countries, continues its growth with the recent signing of a new member firm in Brazil – Grupo Boucinhas.
Grupo Boucinhas is based in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, São Caetano, Porto Alegre plus Miami (FL) with operational bases in Belém, Recife and Brasilia. Established in 1936, the firm is active in the areas of consulting, auditing and inventory services.
Celeste Boucinhas, Partner of Boucinhas Group, commented: “We are very honored to be a new member of HLB and truly believe that an international presence will contribute to our growth as a firm and as professionals. Being part of a dynamic network brings not only new clients, but also peer networking opportunities and career development to our executives.”
Grupo Boucinhas will work closely with other HLB members in Brazil and makes a great addition to our coverage across Latin America.
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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