Andersen Tax & Legal expands to Ecuador
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Andersen Tax & Legal expands to Ecuador


Andersen Global continues its expansion in Latin America with the addition of Profile Cia, Ltda and FIDESBURó Cia, Ltda to its network.

Andersen Global, the international association of member firms, which are legally separate and independent, has announced Profile Cia, Ltda. and FIDESBURó Cia, Ltda are joining the firm’s membership and adopting its name in the transition.

Profile Cia, Ltda, located in Quito, and FIDESBURó Cia, Ltda in Guayaquil, began cooperating with Andersen Global last year to build the brand’s presence in Ecuador. 

Both firms Profile Cia, Ltda. and FIDESBURó Cia, Ltda. have a reputable practice in their markets and considered as leaders in the industry. Mauricio Durango and David Uribe who lead Profile Cia, Ltda. share 20-year history focusing in domestic and international taxation, corporate legal services and transfer pricing. FIDESBURó Cia, Ltda. Led by three partners, Pablo Guevara, Mario Orellana and Alfredo Bustos, has been advising on tax and legal matters for domestic and multinational corporations covering various sectors such as construction, manufacturing, logistics, wholesale, retail, shipping and real estate.

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