HLB Deutschland GmbH expands Federation with five new members
HLB Deutschland GmbH, a member of HLB International, has admitted five new member firms, located from North Rhine-Westphalia to the borders of Switzerland.
Prof. Dr. W. Edelfried Schneider, CEO of HLB Deutschland GmbH commented: "We are very pleased to announce the additional new member firms. Offices with a long tradition appreciate the cooperation with HLB Deutschland GmbH and HLB International. On the one hand, they are able to ensure high quality standards, especially for international clients. On the other hand, our members benefit from the HLB International Network of experts with a constant exchange of experiences."
Joining the network are Vinken Görtz Lange und Partner in Duisburg, servicing well-known medium-sized enterprises. Established in 1932 by Dr. Werner Braun, the office has 5 partners and 35 employees. RTG Revisions und Treuhand GmbH has its office in Ludwigshafen in the south-western part of Germany and is one of the oldest accounting and auditing firms in the Rhine-Neckar area. GBZ Revisions und Treuhand AG based in Kassel and Marburg has over 100 employees and was created out of four different firms in the region. Almost 70 employees work at the traditional and ambitious firm Scheidle & Partner, one of the oldest offices in and around Augsburg. LOEBA Treuhand GmbH, based in Lörrach, reinforces HLB Deutschland GmbH in cross-border work with Switzerland. Established in 1970, the company was part of PriceWaterhouseCoopers for five years. In 2003, the managing partner took over again. Now, more than 50 employees advise German, French and Swiss companies and subsidiaries in international accounting matters.
With six new offices and an additional fee income of €26 million, HLB Deutschland GmbH is now ranked 4th of the accounting networks in Germany, with a total fee income of €121 million.
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