MGI Europe welcomes new member in Prague, Czech Republic

17th December 2014

MGI World MGI Europe welcomes new member in Prague, Czech Republic

MGI Europe is pleased to welcome the latest addition to the alliance, LTA Tax s.r.o. The five-partner firm based in Prague offers comprehensive legal and tax advisory services, as well accounting and audit services. The firm aims to deliver “bundled” advisory services and is already looking to work across borders.

“We chose MGI because of the strong reputation in regions that are of key importance to us, for instance, such as Germany. The very fact that MGI did not have a reliable member in the Czech Republic played a vital role in our decision-making.

“We hope that our membership in the alliance will bring us the possibility to obtain high-quality services for our clients abroad, to acquire new clients, as well as the prestige of an international alliance, development in the professional area, and new friendships,” says LTA tax advisor Robert Koleňák.

A key advantage is the firm’s ability to deliver services in both English and German, as well as their native Czech, opening up interesting possibilities for international work.

LTA promises to be a reliable partner and active member for MGI in the Czech Republic, keen to contribute towards its future development.

To speak to Robert or learn more about LTA, head to the firm’s MGI World member profile page for more information. 

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