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From now on, AT Partners also provides auditing services

The AT Partners group has extended its service portfolio to include top class services in the area of auditing and related compliance services, having thus completed its present service portfolio in the fields of financial and payroll accounting, tax, payroll and financial advisory services.

(Source: Courtesy of AT Partners)

The AT Partners group has extended its service portfolio to include top class services in the area of auditing and related compliance services, having thus completed its present service portfolio in the fields of financial and payroll accounting, tax, payroll and financial advisory services.

Hence, AT Partners group, being a member of the Geneva Group International (GGI), the world’s sixth largest advisory network in the areas of accounting, taxes, auditing and legal services, provides comprehensive services to Slovak and international clients.

Currently, GGI has more than 345 member firms, 552 member offices in 100 countries with more than 20,000 employees. In conjunction with such comprehensive GGI network we can support our clients with Financial Audit & Assurance Services worldwide. All GGI members are committed to providing clients with specialist solutions for their international business needs. As only firms providing high quality standards and excellent client services are invited to join GGI, top quality service is maintained for our clients worldwide.

Marian Augustin, a partner at AT Partners group: “Our Slovak professional team consists of four tax licensed advisors, two licensed auditors and other professionals with extensive experience providing quality services to both domestic and foreign clients. Our professionals also actively participate in Auditing, Reporting & Compliance Practice Group of GGI. The fact that GGI has chosen us as its exclusive member in Slovakia is very gratifying. The combination of our knowledge and the know-how of GGI’s network offer our clients significant support for their global business activities. Membership in the GGI network brings us new opportunities and also great challenges but we consider this a reward for our many years of work and constant efforts to improve the quality of services for our clients. That has always been the ultimate goal of our company.”

The head of auditing services is Mrs. Katarína Gavalcová, with over 20 years of extensive experience in the areas of auditing, accounting and taxes. She accumulated her experience while providing auditing services to international auditing companies, especially those whose corporate language is German. Mrs. Gavalcová is a licensed auditor, tax advisor and expert on international accounting standards. She is a fluent speaker of English and German. Her team was joined by other experienced professionals and auditors with over 20 years of experience.

We are pleased that auditing experts have managed to join us and thus create a company focused on client satisfaction and providing quality auditing services. AT Partners Audit provides complex auditing services in Slovak, English as well as German.

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