MGI Worldwide ranks 16th in Hong Kong's top international accounting networks

19th August 2017

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MGI Worldwide has been ranked highly in Hong Kong in terms of its fee income and staff numbers in the July 2017 edition of the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB).

MGI Worldwide has been ranked the 16th top international accountancy network in the Hong Kong market by the IAB according to fee income published in July 2017. This stood at 10.5 million HKD, marking a seven per cent increase on last year.

Of this sum, more than half (54 per cent) can be attributed to audit and assurance services, with the remainder spread relatively evenly across accounting, tax and advisory services.

The IAB also ranked MGI Worldwide as the 17th largest international accountancy network in Hong Kong in terms of its staff data, maintaining the number of advisors it had in this market last year, at 23. Of these, two are firm partners, while the rest are accountancy professionals.

For more information, members can visit mgiworld.com > Member Area to view the July 2017 edition of the International Accounting Bulletin, or contact maxine.brock@mgiworld.com.

MGI Worldwide is a top 20 ranked global accounting network with some 5,000 independent auditors, accountants and tax experts in over 260 locations around the world.

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