12th June 2018
This year's MGI Latin America Regional meeting took place in Quito, Ecuador, between 23rd and 25th of May and was hosted by MGI Guerra, a member of the MGI Worldwide global accounting network for the past 30 years. The event was launched with the celebration of the firm's 35th anniversary.
Lively conversation and networking were among the highlights of the event, including the wonderful weather. It was one of the region’s best-attended meetings of the last few years attracting delegates from across the region, including Vanesa Solá from Texas-based firm Frierson, Solá, Simonton & Kutac, PLLC, part of the MGI North America regional accounting network.
The packed agenda over the two days included discussions and presentations on a variety of subjects, ranging from administrative affairs and the value of being an MGI Worldwide member, to strategic thinking within the tax, audit and accounting industry.
Opportunity to relax
There was also time to relax and join a special guided tour of the city's historic centre, and to enjoy dinner in the evenings with live music and dancing.
The people who came together and shared in this networking opportunity contributed to the wonderful atmosphere throughout and made the meeting a success.
MGI Worldwide members can see the full meeting highlights along with the conference agenda and full delegate list, in the online Member Area in the Meeting highlights section. Click HERE to login.
For more information contact the Regional Director for Latin America, Andrea Pallas Andrea.Pallas@mgiworld.com
MGI Latin America is part of MGI Worldwide, a top 20 ranked global accounting network with some 5,000 independent auditors, accountants and tax experts in over 250 locations around the world.
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