Baker Tilly inaugurates new building in Greece
Geoff Barnes, CEO of Baker Tilly International, inaugurated the new building of Baker Tilly Greece, saying that the firm enjoyed balanced growth and development of specialised professional services.
Marios Klitou, CEO of Baker Tilly South East Europe, highlighted that Baker Tilly Greece is committed to providing high quality professional services, and said that “twenty years of balanced growth and development in Cyprus is the warranty of our success in Greece. Our aim is for our customers’ needs to be fully understood and met through constant and open communication with them. Baker Tilly always takes care of its customers offering to them specialized services, tailored to their own needs.”
In turn, Geoff Barnes wished the team a successful beginning and stressed that the strong foundations of the team and the excellent reputation of Baker Tilly, leave no margin for failure.
Baker Tilly Greece is a key link for Baker Tilly in the Balkans and the region of Southeast Europe, he said, forming one of the most important growth drivers for Baker Tilly International in Europe and providing ‘one-stop-shop’ services for Greek businessmen active in the Balkans.
The office in Greece, whose client list includes a variety of local and multinational companies, is committed to expanding its network in the country, in order to continue to provide high-level professional services in the fields of audit, accounting sector.
Baker Tilly Greece is a member of Baker Tilly South East Europe, a leading regional network of auditors, accountants, tax and business advisors, operating in Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Bulgaria and Moldova. Established in 1996, the firm operates through seven offices, offering services of the highest standards, within the framework of the strong international network of Baker Tilly International, the eighth largest accounting network in the world, represented by 154 firms in 165 firms in 141 countries and 28.000 people.