TAGLaw in the Press
Once again, TAG Alliances has been ranked as the tenth largest accounting alliance in the world by Accountancy Magazine. Among the ranked firms, TAG Alliances saw the largest growth rate at 12.5%, with $4.5 billion in global member revenues for 2017, up from $4 billion in 2016. This is the sixth consecutive year TAG Alliances has been included in the rankings and the second year in the Top 10.
In the article, TAG Alliances President & CEO, Richard Attisha addresses important issues to the accounting profession such as the rise of multidisciplinary service firms and technological disruption:
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TIAG Member Browne Craine & Co (“Browne Craine”) and TAGLaw Member DQ Advocates (“DQ”) were honoured to host the 2018 TAG Alliances’ (“TAG”) UK and Ireland Regional Meeting which took place between 13th and 15th July on the Isle of Man. The meeting, which was also supported by fellow Island based TAG member Peregrine Corporate Services, brought together members from the UK, Ireland and further afield, with members coming from as far as Europe, Africa and North America for the meeting.
Law and accounting firms in India, Korea, Oman, Panama, Serbia, South Africa, and the United States expand their international capabilities by joining a leading alliance of professional service firms.
TAG Alliances® (TAGLaw®, TIAG®, & TAG-SP™) has begun 2018 with tremendous growth by adding nine member firms that span four continents. These new additions bring TAG Alliances’ overall global reach to 294 member firms located in over 750 offices in 110 countries. Furthermore, these new additions and a recent survey of all member firms place the collective revenue of member firms at US$4.5 billion.
Firms are invited to join TAG Alliances only after completing a thorough screening and due diligence process and by receiving approval from TAG Alliances’ Advisory Boards. The newest member firms include:
“This has been a fantastic start to 2018 for the TAG Alliances and all our members around the world,” said Richard Attisha, President of TAG Alliances. “Not only are we growing numerically, but the bonds between our members continue to grow as they leverage the multidisciplinary global resources of TAG Alliances. We are seeing an increase in collaboration, cross marketing and business development between our members. All of this translates into an increase in the volume of referrals worldwide and ensures that our members’ clients receive the highest standards of service and responsiveness wherever they may be doing business.”
Collectively, TAG Alliances provides legal, accounting, financial and business support services on a worldwide scale. TAGLaw is an international alliance of independent law firms and TIAG is a similar alliance of independent accounting firms. TAG-SP, an accompanying association, consists of strategic business partners for TAG Alliances.