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Andersen Global expands with a new office in Israel

19 July 2017

Natalie Leonidou

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Andersen Global has expanded into Israel and the Middle East after Israeli firm Beneli Tax became a member of the organisation.

Beneli Tax, based in Tel Aviv and, has adopted the Andersen name and will operate as Andersen Tax. The firm and entered a collaboration agreement with Andersen Global in January 2017, allowing the organisation to debut in the region.

The Israeli firm will continue to assist US and Israeli multinationals, start-ups and high net-worth individuals with their international tax matters including mergers and acquisitions, tax due diligence, transaction tax services, equity compensation, transfer pricing, tax accounting and tax efficient corporate structuring.

With the addition of this firm, Andersen Global now has more than 2,000 professionals and has a presence in more than 68 locations worldwide.






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