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Andersen Global expands into Turkey with local collaboration

14 July 2017

Natalie Leonidou

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Andersen Global has expanded its global presence by collaborating with NAZALI Tax & Legal in Turkey.

NAZALI Tax & Legal, which is led by founder and managing partner Ersin Nazali, is a leading tax and legal consultancy firm with locations in Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir and Bursa. It has become one of the leading law firms in the field of taxation and legal matters in Turkey since 2015, offering advice to a variety of industries on a national and international level on matters including corporate and commercial law, corporate restructuring, tax law, social security and employment law, customs and foreign trade law, intellectual property law, and litigation-enforcement and bankruptcy law.

With the addition of NAZALI Tax & Legal, Andersen Global now has more than 2,000 professionals worldwide and a presence in 68 locations through its member firms and collaborating firms. It expects to double in size during the next 12 months.






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