TWO NEW APPOINTMENTS have extended UHY's international network in central Asia and the Americas.
Audit Global Ma'lumot, based in Uzbekistan, and Bahamas-based JSB & Associates have both joined UHY's network, the firm said.
Audit Global Ma'lumot was established in 2004. With a team of 31 staff, including 6 partners, the firm's head office is based in the capital city of Tashkent and it has four branches in the Khorezm region and Navoi region.
The firm provides audit services to a portfolio of clients in a variety of sectors such as light and heavy industry, oil and gas, credit-financial institutions, construction, transportation, telecommunications, agriculture, trade, supply chain, logistics, customs and tax authorities of Uzbekistan.
"The reputable UHY brand will help our firm to gain easier access to international companies with investments in Uzbekistan and open further opportunities with the larger local state companies and the International financial Institutions and agencies," said Audit Global Ma'lumot managing partner Sarvarkhon Karimov.
JSB & Associates was established in 2010 by its principal John Bain, after departing HLB's member firm in The Bahamas to establish his own practice. With a team of three, the firm is based in Nassau and provides forensic accounting, bookkeeping, insolvency and corporate recovery, and business advisory services.
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