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Nexia overtakes competitor

Reflects attractiveness for new partners and the high esteem of our clients

The network of independent audit and consulting firms Nexia International has overtaken its competitor BakerTilly in the global ranking. With revenues of $3.62 billion in fees for 2017, Nexia is now No. 9 in the world.

In the Asia-Paci­fic region, Nexia advan­ced two places to 11th place. Its ran­king in Europe (7th) and North Ame­rica (9th) remai­ned unchan­ged.

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Nexia's fee income world­wide inc­rea­sed by 13% com­pa­red to 2016, with the Asia-Paci­fic region pos­ting the stron­gest growth at 62%. In this region, China more than dou­b­led its ear­nings for the second year in a row. Nexia mem­bers repor­ted 8% growth in Europe, North Ame­rica and Latin Ame­rica.

As a lea­ding mem­ber of Nexia, Ebner Stolz has direct con­tacts with more than 28,000 emp­loyees in over 115 coun­tries. This net­work con­ti­nues to grow: in China, France, Lithua­nia, Nepal and Saudi Ara­bia, the net­work has taken on new mem­ber firms. Ger­man cli­ents bene­fit from a cross-bor­der pool of expe­ri­ence and know­ledge - while main­tai­ning high qua­lity stan­dards, which Ebner Stolz plays a deci­sive role in sha­ping.

The above-average reve­nue growth in recent years is thus also an expres­sion of the app­re­cia­tion of the effi­ci­ency of our inter­na­tio­nal net­work by our cli­ents, who also want strong sup­port from estab­lis­hed local part­ners abroad.

(Source: press release of Nexia Inter­na­tio­nal)

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