INPACT International expands membership to France, Romania

Adding to the recent admissions of Santiago, Chile; Kastrup, Denmark; and Cluses, France, the board of directors welcomed two new member firms from Paris, France, and Constanta, Romania.

"We finally have representation in Paris where we have not had a member for two years and FINANTIS Holding is a great addition to the alliance," said Managing Director Massimo Tognola.

"Additionally, we announced at the AGM in October 2009, that we would be concentrating on developing Eastern Europe. Since then, we had added Slovakia and now Andreea Ceausescu - Chartered Accountant Office in Romania, and are looking at applications from Kazakhstan and Russia," Tognola said.

About INPACT International:

INPACT International is a voluntary grouping of independent firms of accountants and business advisers. It is affiliated with INPACT Americas and INPACT Asia Pacific which, together, make the global INPACT Group. Formed in 1999, the global alliance currently boasts a membership of over 150 firms in 65 countries worldwide.

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