RSM expands in Latin America with new member firm
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RSM expands in Latin America with new member firm

Guatemalan firm Orellana Sánchez, Sazo y Asociados, S.C, has joined RSM’s network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms, allowing RSM to strengthen its presence in Latin America.

Orellana Sánchez, Sazo y Asociados, S.C will trade as RSM and will adopt the RSM global brand. Based in Guatemala City, the firm employs 50 members of staff led by four partners.

RSM already had a presence in Guatemala before acquiring Orellana Sánchez, Sazo y Asociados. It is estimated to be the sixth largest audit firm in the country, providing assurance services, tax compliance and advisory services, business process outsourcing and general advisory services.

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