Andersen Global sets its sight on Africa with Nigeria expansion
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Andersen Global sets its sight on Africa with Nigeria expansion

WTS ADEBIYI & Associates will merge with Andersen Global to create Adebiyi Tax & Legal on July 1 2017.

The firm, which is based in Lagos and Abuju, will provide services beyond Nigeria and West Africa to individuals, multinationals and international clients.

Adebiyi Tax & Legal will focus on tax advisory and regulatory services, transfer pricing, energy and infrastructure, consumer and industrial markets, family wealth and private clients and tax adjudication and litigation.

The firm will adopt Andersen’s name at a later date. Andersen already operates in more than 63 locations, but this is the first collaboration in the world’s second largest continent. 

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