20th December 2018
MGI Worldwide is pleased to announce we have maintained our position as a top 20 ranked international accounting network in this year's top 40 international accountancy networks, associations and alliances survey from Accountancy Age.
MGI Worldwide CEO Clive Viegas Bennett stated: "After a year of growth, I am delighted to see that MGI Worldwide remains solidly in the top 20 global networks. Our strategy is to continue to maintain and, indeed, improve our ranking over the coming years."
The Big Four firms of Deloitte, PwC, EY and KPMG maintained their respective positions at the top of the rankings, while a continued shifting of members in the networks and alliances below has been responsible for many of this year's changes in position.
Responding to a growing tendency for companies to join smaller alliances, Mr Bennett noted that while this has seen some "nibbling at the memberships of bigger organisations", there is now growing evidence these businesses are moving to larger networks to benefit from "better services, management and coverage".
Overall, he concluded it is standard practice to see an array of mergers and movers each year: "Significant mergers have always happened every two or three years. It's not new. I don't see that reducing or accelerating."
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MGI Worldwide is a top 20 ranked international accounting network with some 5,000 independent auditors, accountants and tax experts in over 260 locations around the world.
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