More NewsBDO Stoy Hayward pumps money into India

BDO Stoy Hayward pumps money into India

UK firm invests in Haribhakti Group after it joins BDO International network

BDO Stoy Hayward is
pumping money into the
Haribhakti Group
after the Indian firm joined the BDO international network last month.

The UK member of the BDO international network will also be providing
strategic advice and counsel to the new Indian firm, which joined the network on
August 15, providing BDO with a route into the rapidly expanding Indian economy.

The Haribhakti Group has eight branches across India with a turnover of just
under £4m but anticipates that it will have over 3,000 employees within the next
five years.

Further reading

Read
the official announcement from BDO

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