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2016 World Survey ranks MGI 13th Globally

19th February 2016

MGI World 2016 International Accounting Bulletin World Ranking2, blue global map image

MGI Worldwide continued to retain its position as one of the top 20 leading accounting and audit associations. According to the latest figures published by International Accounting Bulletin (IAB), MGI was the 13th largest accounting association by both fee income and staff numbers.

Clive Bennett, MGI CEO, commented: "Holding a solid place in the world's top 20 is important for us, as it publicly confirms our reputation as an organisation with the stature, scale and quality to look after our members' clients all over the globe. In this coming year MGI Worldwide will move to the rather tougher network rankings, which includes all the very large firms, but we expect to remain comfortably in the top 20."

Key trends from the IAB global report included the ongoing “war for talent” facing the industry and the increasing importance of technology in the accounting profession.  According to the IAB, growth averaged 2% globally and the industry delivered a “strong performance in tough conditions”.

For more information members can visit mgiworld.com > Member Area to view the February 2016 edition of the International Accounting Bulletin that includes the full World Survey or contact maxine.brock@mgiworld.com

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