TGS welcomes two new members

Asia- Pacific Europe New members

TGS Global is delighted to announce two new members in Europe and Asia Pacific

PARIS, France, 24th September 2018
TGS Global is delighted to announce two new members in Europe and Asia Pacific. These new TGS member firms are demonstrably agile, ethical, client-centred and collaborative. They are also strategically located and help join the dots in our TGS global infrastructure.

Studio Associato CFC Milan

Those of you who were at our Brussels conference will have already met Massimo and Annarita from Studio Associato CFC. Tax, fiscal and business administration specialists they have worked very closely for many years with Enrico at Studio Holzmiller and we are very pleased they have chosen TGS as the best base to grow their business in Italy and internationally. Domenico Crosti, who many of you already met in past TGS conferences will also continue his adventure in TGS with Annarita and Massimo.

DBA Advisory Philippines

The DBA Group is headquartered in Subic Bay, Republic of Philippines, and specialises in Financial and Legal services outsourcing. DBA also provide services in audit, assurance, accounting, compliance, legal and management. The company actively studies and uses innovative technology as an integral part of its business process.

You will be able to meet all these firms in our Dubai conference this year and as Darlow, CEO of DBA Advisory says: “Multiculturalism. Challenges. Best of all, awesomeness”.

I have been delighted by the quality of these two firms and by their commitment to the brand values of TGS Global. Benvenuto! Maligayang Pagdating!

Marc Desjardins, President, TGS Global

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