HLB International appoints new member in Switzerland

10 July 2017

LUGANO – 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 Switzerland – Veco Group.

Veco Group is based in Lugano, a city in Southern Switzerland’s Italian-speaking Ticino region. Established in 1998, the firm provides Tax and Estate Planning, Establishment and Management of Trusts/Foundations, Incorporation and Administration of Companies and Asset Management. 

Antonio Mandra, Managing Partner of Veco Group, commented: “It is a great pleasure to join the HLB International family. With our experience as corporate and tax advisers, we now have the ability to benefit from an international network, as well as local consultants, who have specific knowledge in the jurisdictions our clients do business in. It is very important for us to be able to assist our clients not only with providing relevant advice but also with the execution of this advice. We know that with HLB International we have found a great match for our business. We look forward to sharing with the HLB International colleagues our experience and capacity of structuring, administration and management of companies and banking assets.” 

Veco Group will work closely with the other HLB members and makes a great addition to our coverage across Europe. 

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