TGS welcomes a new member in Chile

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New member in Santiago, Chile

TGS is pleased to announce that C&C Canessa, a firm based in Chile, is a new member. C&C Canessa is an independent firm of auditors, tax lawyers, business consultants and accountants, with more than 60 years of local experience. C&C Canessa was founded in 1957 and 62 years later, under the direction of its managing partner, Jose Canessa, is now a firm capable of facing all challenges alongside its clients.

TGS C&C Canessa works to constantly add value and find the best solutions to client issues. The firm’s first clients were mainly medium-sized companies, linked to Foreign Trade and maritime activities. TGS C&C Canessa services are always designed with the challenges of managing risks, resources and information in mind.

Being part of TGS will allow us to deploy more consistent methods, tools and processes; combined with our experience we will have all the vision of a global firm, but with a treatment of local and specialized business at a regional level in order to accompany our clients in the best possible way. This is a truly exciting development for our Firm.

José Canessa, Managing partner, TGS C&C Canessa

TGS C&C Canessa is the very definition of thinking “glocal”, with the support and vision of a global business but with the treatment of local and specialized businesses at the regional level.

Main services

  • Audit:  accounting, IFRS, due diligence
  • Tax & Legal: tax compliance, tax consulting, corporate law, transfer pricing, labour consulting
  • Advisory:  transaction services, business risk services, consulting services, inventory service, cybersecurity
  • Outsourcing: accounting, payroll, tax


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