HLB International appoints new member in Brazil
5 January 2017
RIO DE JENEIRO – HLB International, one of the leading global accountancy networks with presence in 130 countries, continues its growth with the recent signing of a new member firm in Brazil – Razak18.
Razak18, joins the network in Rio de Janeiro. Established in 2016, the firm provides accounting and bookkeeping services, consulting, ERP implementation and the development of accounting solutions.
Guilherme Baumworcel, Managing Partner at Razak18, commented: “We are very excited to be a member firm of HLB International. To be part of such a remarkable network represents a whole new level of growth, visibility and continues the journey of our firm.”
HLB International is already present in Brazil with members HLB Onix Auditoria e Consultoria Empresarial Ltda, HLB Spot Contabil and Rokembach + Lahm, Villanova, Gais & Cia Auditores. The new firm is an excellent addition to HLB’s already well-established network in 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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