Andersen Global continues expansion in Spain
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Andersen Global continues expansion in Spain

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Andersen Global has signed a new collaboration agreement with Euskaltax, a firm based in Bilbao, Spain. This deal helps consolidate the Andersen Tax brand on the Iberian Peninsula.

Founded in 1998, Eusaltax specialises in tax services for businesses and individuals with strengths in areas such as tax planning, corporate restructuring, M&A transactions and VAT. The addition of Eusaltax to the Andersen Global network means that the firm has almost 300 tax professionals based in Spain and Portugal.

Andersen Global now has more than 2,300 professionals worldwide and a presence spanning more than 75 locations through its collaborators and member firms.

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