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Benady Cohen & Co joins RSM as a member firm

13 March 2017

Anjana Haines

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Gibraltar’s Benady Cohen & Co has joined RSM, the world’s sixth largest network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms.

The firm will operate as RSM Gibraltar and officially adopt the RSM brand. This move means RSM has now expanded into Gibraltar for the first time and follows recent expansions in Spain and Mexico, alongside new representation in Guatemala, Colombia and Zambia.

RSM in Gibraltar is estimated to be the fifth-largest service provider in Gibraltar, operating across a variety of client sectors, including banking and insurance, retail, real estate, professional services and gaming. The firm employs 30 staff, providing tax compliance and advisory, audit and assurance services, fund administration, company and trust management, accounting and payroll, insolvency and restructuring, among others.






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