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Andersen Global expands into Kenya

05 October 2017

Joe Stanley-Smith

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Andersen Global has continued its revival by negotiating a new collaboration with Nexus Business Advisory, a tax, legal and business advisory firm in Nairobi.

This is the firm’s first step into East Africa, and follows its launch in Africa in two locations in Nigeria as Andersen Tax, in May.

Nexus was founded in 2013 and is led by managing partner and founder Philip Muema, who has previously been quoted by International Tax Review.

Andersen has been expanding rapidly across the globe during the past year.






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