Ernst & Young mark 80th year of operations in the Middle East
The firm, which currently provides assurance, business advisory and risk management services for many largest regional and international organizations in the Middle East, expects to significantly grow its Middle East business over the coming five years and has announced plans to re-open the firm's Iraq office, reported a press release.
“Ernst & Young, Middle East practice was first established by the opening of our Baghdad office in 1923,” said the company’s Chairman and Chief Executive for the Middle East, Ahmed Al-Aiban.
The Middle East practice of Ernst & Young is an independent professional firm and a full member firm of Ernst & Young Global. Since the firm's establishment 80 years ago, the Middle East firm has evolved to provide a full range of assurance and business advisory services to meet all legal and commercial developments within the region, and today the firm's more than 10,000 clients are serviced by over 1,800 staff operating from 16 offices in 12 Arab countries. — (menareport.com)
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