9th May 2018
MGI Europe, part of international accountancy association MGI Worldwide, held its annual Central Circle meeting for accountancy group members on 26-27 April in Luxembourg. Hosted by fellow member firm Fisogest SA, the meeting attracted 21 delegates from 6 countries: Germany, Belgium, Italy, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, and Poland.
The agenda focused on sharing international accounting best practices on change management, HR, and improving efficiencies.
MGI Europe Coordinators invited consultant Dr Andreas Reusch to attend the accounting network meeting to talk about the challenges of implementing digital transformation within an organisation. MGI Worldwide global network Chairman, Thomas Althoff, from member firm RLT Ruhrmann Tieben & Partner shared how his firm developed their HR management. Finally, Michael Grüne from member firm Prof. Dr. Binder, Dr. Dr. Hillebrecht u.Partner GmbH reviewed how to improve the efficiency of practice management. The topics generated active participation and animated discussions among members.
Delegates agreed that the 2019 MGI Europe Central Circle Meeting would be held in Hamburg and hosted by MGI Worldwide member accounting firm von Diest Greve und Partner.
MGI Worldwide members can see the full meeting highlights along with the conference agenda and delegate list, in the online Member Area in the Meeting Highlights section. Click HERE to login.
For more information contact the Regional Director for Europe Zoltan Paksy firstname.lastname@example.org
MGI Europe 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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