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MGI Worldwide ranks 16th in Australia's top international accountancy networks

25th August 2017

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The August 2017 edition of the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) has ranked MGI Worldwide the 16th biggest international accountancy network in Australia.

MGI Worldwide has been named among the top global accountancy networks in Australia in the latest monthly edition of the IAB, which has ranked the network in 16th place in terms of both its fee income and staff data.

With 155 staff across Australia belonging to the MGI Worldwide network, 31 are firm partners, with the remainder tax and accountancy professionals working in various capacities.

Meanwhile, MGI Worldwide members generated $28.9 million AUS in fee income in the region. Of this, more than half (56 per cent) of the total can be attributed to revenue from accounting services, while 23 per cent came from tax services. The remainder was spread across audit, assurance, advisory and other services.

For more information, members can visit mgiworld.com > Member Area to view the August 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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