HLB International has signed a new member firm in Rome: Studio Liberatori & Associati. Studio Liberatori & Associati is adding to HLB Italy's current presence in Milan, Turin, Rimini, Venice, Olbia (Sardinia), Pescara and Catania. 
Rob Tautges, CEO of HLB International, and Edelfried Schneider, member of HLB International’s Executive Committee and Council and CEO of HLB Deutschland, took part in the symposium organised by the Forum of Firms on October 4th on proposed revisions to auditor reporting.
Khalid Otain, Managing Partner of HLB International’s member firm in Saudi Arabia HLB Otain Mudaiheem CPAs, has been appointed to the Accounting Standards Committee of the Saudi Organization for Certified Public Accountants (SOCPA).  
Discover UK Trade & Investment (UKTI)’s new guide “Export for Growth – Your guide to getting started” co-branded with HLB International.
HLB International’ UK member firm Menzies and senior partner Julie Adams have been chosen as one of Accountancy Age’s best practice cases. Read further on
Five delegates from Liaoning province and capital city Shenyang’s governments visited HLB International yesterday at member firm Menzies’ office in London to discuss trade and investment opportunities between the UK and Liaoning.
Mr. FANG Wensen, Managing Partner of HLB Chinese member firm Wu Zhou Song De CPAs (now Hua Yin Wu Zhou LLP) has been recently elected by the Chinese Ministry of Finance as one of 2012’s Top 10 most influential people in the Chinese accounting industry.
HLB International 2012 Asia Pacific Conference, organised in Taipei by HLB Candor Taiwan CPAs, was a complete success with record-high attendance from HLBI member firms and extensive local coverage.
Delegates of HLB International’s International Tax Committee (ITC), the network’s dedicated tax specialist committee, are currently meeting HLBI’s existing and prospective clients in China.
John Mandalis, Partner at HLB Hellas SA, gives us his views on how adverse economic conditions in Greece are affecting business... and how they are mitigated through new business gained with the recent decision to pass tax examination on accounting firms.
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