HLB International appoints new member in Azerbaijan

Published: Wednesday 28 February 2018

HLB International, one of the leading global accountancy networks with presence in 150 countries, continues its growth with the recent signing of a new member firm in Azerbaijan, Ekvita Consulting LLC.

Ekvita Consulting LLC is based in Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan. Established in 1999 and one of the largest advisory firms in the region, it provides Finance and Accounting Services, General Business Consultancy as well as Tax and Legal Services in Azerbaijan. With clients, including several Fortune 500 companies, operating globally Ekvita Consulting LLC is engaged in government projects as well as international projects sponsored by donor organizations such as the World Bank and the EU.

Ilgar Mehti, Managing Partner of Ekvita Consulting LLC, commented: “Delivering integrated professional services combining general business advisory with strong legal, finance and tax practice we meet our clients underlying needs to provide business-oriented, tailored and practical solutions. We are excited to work together with HLB members and share valuable knowledge and expertise."

Ekvita Consulting LLC is already working closely on substantial consulting projects with other HLB members in the USA and Eastern Europe and makes a great addition to our Eastern European and global coverage.

About HLB International

HLB International is a leading worldwide network of independent professional accounting firms and business advisers. Formed in 1969, HLB International services clients through its member firms in 150 countries, their 25,000 partners and staff in 700 offices worldwide. Member firms are well-established locally with many firms ranked among the top twelve nationally.

HLB International is a member of the Forum of Firms and focuses on quality and personal service, reinforced by regular quality assurance reviews of all member firms, an up-to-date ISA compliant international audit manual and membership of external professional bodies focused on quality issues.