HLB International appoints new member in Equatorial Guinea
20 June 2017
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 Equatorial Guinea – BER Chartered Accountants.
BER Chartered Accountants is based in Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea. Established in 2010, the firm provides Tax Management Consulting Services, Internal Audit Services, Audit and Assurance Services (apart from statutory audit), Global Legal Services, Financial Accounting & Reporting Framework Services and Employment Services.
Ana Maria Ebong Uwah Galimah, Managing Partner, of BER Chartered Accountants, commented: “We are very excited to part of HLB International. As Equatorial Guinea’s first national accounting firm, we truly believe that an international presence will contribute immensely to the growth of our firm in terms of getting new clients, career development for our professionals and networking opportunities with other HLB International member firms.”
BER Chartered Accountants will work closely with other HLB members and makes a great addition to our coverage across Africa.
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