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Andersen Global expands into Greece and Cyprus

31 July 2017

Ehi Ogona

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Andersen Global has established a new presence in Greece and Cyprus through a collaboration agreement with UnityFour and Pistiolis-Triantafyllos & Associates.

Together, these firms provide legal, tax and accounting services in Greece, as well as tax, accounting and fiduciary services in Cyprus.

Through their two offices, they have a combined workforce of about 55 professionals advising both corporations and individuals. They cover corporate and M&A legal services, regulatory compliance services, corporate tax compliance services, indirect tax compliance, tax advisory services, VAT services and international tax services.

For Andersen Global, the addition of these groups as collaborating firms is the initial step towards a more formal relationship and is a part of a larger expansion strategy in the Mediterranean.






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