Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP’s Alliance Ranked in Top Three Accounting Alliances Globally

For the second consecutive year, Accountancy Age Magazine, has recognised Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP’s (AAB) alliance, The TAG Alliances™, as one of the top three accounting alliances in the world. The rankings, which are based on the collective revenues... Read more

Blog29th Jul 2013

By Sarah Munro

For the second consecutive year, Accountancy Age Magazine, has recognised Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP’s (AAB) alliance, The TAG Alliances™, as one of the top three accounting alliances in the world. The rankings, which are based on the collective revenues of the member firms, include 21 associations and alliances.

In addition to being one of the largest alliances in the world, The TAG Alliances also distinguishes itself as one of the few multidisciplinary alliances for accountants. Composed of TIAG® (The International Accounting Group), an alliance of independent accounting firms and TAGLaw®, an alliance of independent law firms, The TAG Alliances serve the full business needs of its members’ clients.

“To be recognized again as one of the largest alliances in the world is a tribute to the growth and success of our more than 260 member firms,” said Bob Sattin, President of The TAG Alliances. “Recognition from a publication as well known and well respected as Accountancy Age also shows our members and their clients, the global and professional reach their accountants have when they need to do business in other parts of the world.”

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