HLB International wins IAF ‘Network of the Year’ Award

#IBS - Publié le 03 juillet 2024

HLB International, the global advisory and accounting network, has won the prestigious ‘Network of the Year’ award at the International Accounting Forum awards, held last night in London. HLB had strong competition from fellow networks, Moore Global, RSM International and Russell Bedford International.

Network of the Year is awarded to a multi-firm organisation that has demonstrated profitable growth strategies during the past 12 months and have excelled in key strategic and operational areas. HLB stood out due to its global growth which contributed to its top 8 global ranking, as well as its innovative offerings to clients worldwide.

“We are delighted to have won the Network of the Year Award!” said Marco Donzelli, HLB Global CEO

“At HLB, it is our purpose to create a positive and sustainable impact on the future of our clients, our people and our communities. Our success hinges on our people. By prioritising trust, respect, and our shared values, we have created a culture primed for long-term success. »

« Our growth is testament to our unyielding efforts in futureproofing the network, using our innovative mindset to propel us forward. Promoting trust and transparency among our clients worldwide is crucial to our success. To do this, we maintain high quality standards across the network and offer a top-class service across audit, accounting, tax and advisory services. Together we make it happen.”

Bill Hagaman, HLB Global Chairman, added, “Winning this award is deserved recognition of the dedication and hard work of the entire HLB community. This achievement is not just a reflection of our past efforts, but a motivation to keep pushing boundaries and setting new benchmarks in the industry.”


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