The new firm is Allgauer Treuhand whose head office is inKempten, which lies between Munich and Stuttgart. The firm also has officesin Immenstadt, Kaufbeuren, Augsburg and Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
MooresRowland GmbH now has 13 member firms located throughout the country, with 40offices, 125 partners and over 900 staff between them.
Allgauer Treuhand’s senior partner, Dr Friedrich Klank said: ‘We aredelighted to join MRI’s extensive German association and to enhance itsability to service overseas investors who see Germany as an ideal locationfrom which to develop their European businesses.’
Allgauer Treuhand isthe largest independent accounting firm in the Allgau region and offersa range of assurance, taxation, consulting, legal and valuationservices.
The firm has 12 partners and 140 staff, with particular expertise in the construction and realestate industry, retailing and distribution including transport and the foodproduction, manufacturing and high tech industries.
MRI’s executive director, John Cox, said: ‘The recruitment of AllgauerTreuhand consolidates the Moores Rowland GmbH association’s position as thedominant provider of professional accounting, assurance and advisoryservices to growing owner-managed businesses through its independentregional firms in Germany. The firms now earn fees in excess of DM156million (US$83 million) and the association ranks 7th in size in the Germanmarket.’
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