TGS firm movements in 2018

Doing business New members

TGS firm movements in 2018

(October 2017/ September 2018)

TGS is pleased to announce that it has welcomed 11 new member firms this year: Tgs (Hellas) Certified Auditors Accountants SA (Greece); Fidexpert (Romania), Studio Associato CFC (Italy), Athena (Italy), Tgs Ecuador (Ecuador),  TGS Sarrio & Asociados (Peru), Arva Contadores (Panama), Howlader Maria & Co (Banglasesh), DBA (Philippines), CharterNet (Australia).

With their extensive experience in the accounting and audit sectors and their focus on providing a global service with the needs of each client in mind, these 11 firms enrich the TGS Global network by providing new skills and specializations. From the audit or accounting services to the legal or virtual services, our new members bring a range of valuable technical knowledge and extensive experience in the sector. TGS Global is now present in 56 countries around the world.

We are proud that our network attracts high-quality, entrepreneurial firms who are keen to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability through our active participation in the United Nations Global Compact programme.

Marc Desjardins, President of TGS 

TGS says Goodbye to 5 members:

Studio Holzmiller & Partners (Italy); Creatrust (Luxembourg); TGS Audit and Tax (Germany), Enlighten Business Consult Co., Ltd, (Thailand) and La Fiduciaire Conseil du Maroc, (Morocco).


TGS Global is an international business consulting firm with expertise in strategy, audit, law and accounting. Since 2012, TGS Global has been ranked top 25 among international networks.

Our business is to transform, develop and secure our clients’ projects and to offer access to the services and expertise of more than 3200 professional staff in 56 countries.

TGS multidisciplinary teams accompany firms by designing global, sustainable solutions to help transform their corporate projects.

If you would like more information or if you would like to apply to become a TGS member …

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