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MGI Latin America ranks 13th in IAB 2016 report

25th March 2016

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MGI members in Latin America continue to go from strength to strength, as the latest International Accounting Bulletin rankings survey shows.

MGI Latin America is among the region’s leading accounting and audit associations, according to the latest data compiled by International Accounting Bulletin (IAB).

Members across the Latin America Area earned $18.5 million fee income last year, while staff numbers reached 915, placing the association as the 13th largest in the region.

Globally the International Accounting Bulletin said MGI Worldwide is also the 13th largest accounting network by fee income worldwide. Overall, members enjoyed 2% growth as global fee income topped $548 million.

MGI Latin America is made up of about two dozen member firms from 13 different nations, from Argentina to Mexico.

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 MGI Worldwide International Marketing Director at maxine.brock@mgiworld.com

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