19th February 2019
MGI Worldwide continues to rank highly among the world’s top 20 international accounting networks and associations with reported revenue of $464m in 2018, up by 8% compared to 2017 and securing 19th place in the World according to the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) 2019 World Survey.
MGI Worldwide Chairman Roger Isaacs says, “Being one of the top 20 international networks and associations gives our clients the confidence and comfort of knowing that they are dealing with one of the largest networks of professional advisors in the world.
Big is not always beautiful, but in our case we manage to deliver the best of all worlds in as far as we are a network of independent firms, and our clients get the benefits and advantages of a local partner-led service with access to expertise across the globe.”
With some 5,200 audit, accounting, tax and consulting professionals in 92 countries, and over 260 locations around the world, MGI Worldwide is delighted to maintain a healthy position among the top 20 international accounting networks.
“This is a badge of honour for many members”, says Audrey Danasamy, Executive Director for MGI Africa, Asia, Middle East & North Africa.
Clive Bennett, MGI Worldwide Chief Executive, also comments: “The International Accounting Bulletin has ranked MGI Worldwide as the world's 19th largest international accountancy network. The IAB also ranked us 19th in Europe (13th in the Eurozone), 17th in Africa, 19th in the Middle East, 20th in North America, 20th in Asia-Pacific and 23rd in Latin America. We are 17th in the UK.
At a time of fierce competition and major consolidation in North America, we grew 8% to total revenue, which is a great achievement. We now have firms in 92 countries, with continued growth expected this year.”
For more information on the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB) 2019 World Survey and MGI Worldwide go to internationalaccountingbulletin.com and mgiworld.com or email email@example.com