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Following a lengthy voting and research process by Finance Monthly magazine, HLB's member firm in Argentina, HLB Estudio Della Rocca - Piazza - Almarza, is the winner of Finance Monthly Global Award 2012 in the category of Corporate Tax Advisory Firm of the Year
On 29 March 2012, the Inland Revenue Department ("IRD") issued the Departmental Interpretation and Practice Notes No.48 ("DIPN 48") - Advance Pricing Arrangement ("APA"), which is a major step of the transfer pricing development in Hong Kong. APA application could be made to the IRD from April 2012, subject to…
Presented by the metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, the awards honor Metro Atlanta Chamber members for their global impact, excellence, and innovation in international business in 2011
HLB International's USA member firms Blackman Kallick LLP, Eide Bailly LLP and WithumSmith+Brown, PC are  in the top 50 Vault Accounting Firms Ranking 2013
Finance Minister, Shri Pranab Mukherjee, presented the Union Budget for 2012-13 on March 16, 2012 amidst global slowdown, spiralling domestic inflation, sluggish industrial growth and global economic uncertainty.
Menzies LLP and Insight Management & Systems Consultants Ltd  have announced a strategic partnership in the form of a joint venture. The new venture will combine both companies' expertise to provide both public and private sector organisations with a complete finance systems and accounting services offering.
HLB International's UK member firm Evolution LLP's newsletter on the UK budget
HLB International's Saudi Arabian member firm HLB Otain Mudaiheem CPAs today announced the addition of Mr. Kolaiel Alghamdi as Executive Director. Based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Alghamdi will be responsible for identifying and leading the firm's strategic business development.
HLB International, the international network of accounting firms, recently held its 2012 Indian Sub-Continent Meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The event, took place from 29 February until 3 March and focused on regional development and business opportunities in the Indian Sub-Continent.
Executives of Wipfli and Eide Bailly, two prominent accounting and consulting firms that rank among the largest in the country, announced the firms would not complete a proposed merger. The firms decided not to proceed with the proposed merger and will continue to operate as separate CPA firms.
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