RSM has announced that Benady Cohen & Co. in Gibraltar has officially adopted the RSM brand, thus becoming a new member firm, which will operate as RSM Gibraltar.
The firm is estimated to be the fifth largest service provider in Gibraltar, said RSM. It currently employs 30 staff members and operates across a variety of sectors, including banking and insurance, real estate, retail, professional services and gaming.
Jean Stephens, chief executive officer of RSM International said: “I am delighted to welcome the partners and staff of Benady Cohen & Co. to RSM. Gibraltar is a popular destination for international business specifically in the financial services sector. Our new member firm has the experience and specialist knowledge in this area that will add value to our clients across Europe and beyond.”
Moe Cohen, CEO of RSM Gibraltar added: “Joining the RSM network will open the door to new relationships and allow us to extend our service offering to existing clients and work with new clients of RSM globally. We have grown significantly since we founded Benady Cohen & Co in 2007 due to our local expertise and excellent reputation. I look forward to meeting and working with other members in the RSM network.”
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