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Andersen Global expands into Rio de Janeiro

Andersen Global has expanded into Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, through a collaboration agreement with tax and legal firm Branco Consultores.

Branco Consultores, founded by Rubens Branco in 2001. It provides tax, legal and accounting services to both Brazilian and global corporations and individuals, including tax planning, negotiations, international operations, corporate restructuring, tax reviews, and transfer pricing.

Andersen Global has already an existing presence in São Paulo and Campinas through Andersen Tax in Brazil, a member firm that joined in August 2015. With the addition of Branco Consultores, Andersen Global has more than 2,000 professionals and a presence in 70 locations worldwide.





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