25th March 2021
The International Accounting Bulletin [IAB] recently published its annual 2021 World Survey Report and MGI Worldwide CPAAI is delighted to be listed as the World’s 11th largest Association.
World’s 11 largest Association, 17th largest Network
The IAB World Survey includes fee income from 30 Networks and 22 Associations. As a hybrid organisation, MGI Worldwide CPAAI is both a Network and an Association, with a majority of firms in the network. In November last year, the other global rankings journal, Accountancy Age, ranked us 17th among the Networks, which includes the Big 4, BDO and Grant Thornton.
Last year MGI Worldwide CPAAI reported 3% growth globally, reaching a total fee income of $945m and ranking among the Top 10 for total staff with 11,616 staff worldwide.
Impressive results globally across Audit, Tax, Accounting and Advisory services
In the IAB ranking, MGI Worldwide CPAAI achieved top positions globally across each core service area:
Top positions in Europe, North America and Latin America
MGI Worldwide CPAAI retained top positions in Europe, North America, and Latin America:
MGI Worldwide's CEO, Clive Bennett, comments:
“Again securing our position firmly in the Global Top 20 as the World’s 11th largest Association and 17th largest Network is important, and we are delighted with the results particularly in a year that has presented considerable challenges.
"We are grateful to all our members, staff and colleagues for their ongoing support, hard work and commitment and look forward to another year of collaboration and opportunity in our regions and internationally as members support each other and their clients around the world.”
With representation in over 100 countries and in more than 450 locations around the world – MGI Worldwide CPAAI is a force to be reckoned with!
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