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MGI ranked in top 10 for Europe

17th March 2016

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MGI members from the Europe and UK & Ireland areas made the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) top ten last year.

In its 2016 report, MGI Worldwide was ranked as the ninth-largest association by fee income and staff numbers in Europe.

For the purposes of the survey, Europe covers both the MGI Europe Area and the MGI UK & Ireland Area, with member accounting, tax and audit firms located in nearly 30 nations in total.

Combined, these firms earned $317.3 million in fee income, while staff numbers topped more than 2,600.

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

For more information members can visitmgiworld.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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