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Monday, 29th August 2016
Audit and consulting group Certified Auditors / SARH International boosts network’s presence in the Middle East
Global professional services group Russell Bedford has announced the further expansion of its network in the Middle East, with the addition of Al-Tillawi & Al-Khatib Company (trading as Certified Auditors) and SARH International Company joining as network members in Amman, Jordan.
Originally founded in 2005, the audit and consulting practice Certified Auditors (CA) was re-launched by founding partner Waleed Mahmoud Al-Tillawi in 2011.
Now a four-partner audit firm with around 30 personnel, CA forms part of the SARH Group, which includes SARH International Company, and together the group provides a broad range of audit, tax, consulting, training and IT services.
CA has specialist expertise in the areas of external and internal audit, income and sales tax, ERP accounting systems and due diligence services. Clients include manufacturing and trading enterprises, communications and transport companies and academic institutions.
From its offices conveniently located close to the centre of the Jordanian capital, SARH International Company offers training services covering both technical updates and formal accounting-related professional qualifications including ACCA, CPA, CMA, IFRS and Jordanian CPA.
Managing Partner Waleed Al-Tillawi said: “We are delighted to be joining such a renowned global network as Russell Bedford International. We are excited to embark on this latest stage in the development of our business, and we look forward to offering our clients the benefits of a more international service.”Russell Bedford CEO Alan Bezzant added: “With their mission ‘to serve our customers beyond limits’, it is evident that we have found a new member, in Certified Auditors and SARH International, that shares the same values as our existing member firms. Now our members can support their clients even more extensively in the Middle East – which is great news for the network.”