IGAF Shows Strong Growth in Latin America

The Lafferty Survey of Leading Accounting Firms in Latin America was published in the 06/27/02 edition of International Accounting Bulletin.

The IGAF fee growth rate was 27.3%; while none the ‘final 4’ public accounting firms could achieve fee growth of greater than 9%.

Additionally, since the information for the survey was gathered, IGAF has added 11 new member firms throughout Latin America.

“This is a great achievement for us,” says Eduardo Bravo, IGAF’s Executive Director for Latin America. “We are impressed and pleased with our growth in Latin America,” says Kevin Mead, IGAF’s President. “Our Latin American growth is critical to further developing the excellence within our network.”

The International Group of Accounting Firms (IGAF) is one of the largest associations of independent accounting firms in the world. IGAF has over 130 member firms with over 355 offices in 60 countries around the world. IGAF maintains regional offices in Latin America, Europe and Asia-Pacific as well as a worldwide headquarters in the United States. Visit IGAF online at www.igaf.org

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