19th February 2018
MGI Worldwide is delighted to welcome AND Bağımsız Denetim A.Ş., based in Izmir, Turkey, to our global accountancy network in the MGI Europe region.
The five partners and five professional staff at AND Bağımsız Denetim A.Ş. specialise in helping clients with their tax and auditing needs, covering a wide variety of areas including initial company set-up, bookkeeping, mergers and acquisitions, transfer pricing and evaluation.
Why the firm chose MGI Worldwide
A. Sezer Engi (Partner and CEO) explained that the firm decided to join the global network to reach international firms who are looking to invest and expand into the Turkish market.
“I discovered MGI Worldwide after reviewing a list of the top 20 global accountancy networks and from our interest in joining the network I was pleased to receive an email and a phone call from Zoltan Paksy, executive director of the MGI Europe region.”
A. Sezer said that this personal contact immediately helped to make his firm feel like part of the MGI Worldwide family.
About AND Bağımsız Denetim A.Ş.
Partner at the firm, Kerem Engin will be the MGI Worldwide Key Contact. Kerem specialises in Accounting and Advisory related services, Audit & Assurance, IFRS, Group reporting and Commercial Tax. He is fluent in both English and Turkish.
The firm is based in the metropolitan city of Izmir, which is the third most populated city in Turkey, behind Istanbul and Ankara. Izmir is home to the country's main export port, with a large volume of freight handled here, as well as Turkey's free zone, the result of a Turkish-US joint venture established in 1990.
You can view the MGI Worldwide member profile page for AND Bağımsız Denetim A.Ş. here.
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