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Andersen Tax expands to India


Andersen Global has signed collaborative agreements with Nangia Advisors and Vaish Associates. This marks the association’s entry into the Indian market.

Nangia Advisors brings more than 250 professionals to Andersen Global. The firm has offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, Noida, Gurgaon and Dehradun. The firm helps multinationals decide on how best to enter the Indian market, as well as advising on cross-border transactions, transfer pricing, litigation and consultations.

Established in 1971, Vaish Associates offers clients the full range of services, including corporate tax and indirect tax, M&A, venture capital, private equity and intellectual property. The firm has offices in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru.

Nangia Advisors and Vaish Associates are the first Indian firms to forge ties with Andersen Global. This is the beginning of the association’s expansion into Asian markets.

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