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Andersen Global signs collaboration agreement with two firms in Ecuador

26 October 2017

Josh White

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Andersen Global has established its presence in Ecuador, as part of its international revival, through a collaboration agreement with two leading firms, FIDESBURó and PROFILE.

With headquarters in Quito, Ecuador’s capital, PROFILE has been a major firm in Ecuador for the last twenty years. The firm’s team is comprised of tax and legal professionals specialising in domestic and international tax, transfer pricing and corporate law.

The tax team at FIDESBURó is based in Guayaquil, the largest city in Ecuador, and offers advice covering a wide range of sectors such as construction, real estate, manufacturing, shipping and logistics.

The two firms are undergoing a merger to become FidesProfile.

Since its relaunch in 2014, Andersen Global has expanded its reach in Latin America to encompass firms in Brazil and Uruguay. The group now has a presence in 71 locations and employs 2,200 professionals worldwide.






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