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MSI Global Alliance moves to haysmacintyre offices


The London Secretariat of MSI Global Alliance (MSI), an alliance of independent legal and accounting firms with 250 members across more than 100 countries, will be moving to the London offices of member firm and co-founder, haysmacintyre.

Conducting business successfully across international borders not only requires detailed knowledge of local laws, tax systems, and customs, but the strong relationships between firms to support business activities on a global scale. haysmacintyre and MSI work closely together to ensure that clients and partners benefit from the best range of expert insight and advice available. 
As the eighth-largest professional services association in the world, MSI has over 30 years’ experience bringing together expert member firms to provide integrated, multidisciplinary services for valued clients, coordinated by the Secretariat office in London, UK. 
haysmacintyre co-founded MSI in 1990 along with ADKL, a German multidisciplinary firm headquartered in Duesseldorf. With three partners on the Board, haysmacintyre supports fellow members throughout the MSI alliance, steering strategy and deploying the expert knowledge of the alliance to better service haysmacintyre clients across the globe ever since.

Jeremy Beard, Managing Partner of haysmacintyre, says: “We are thrilled to welcome MSI to our offices in Queen Street Place. We strive to service our international clients with the best expert guidance and cross-border support, and working more closely with MSI will allow us to further expand our suite of capabilities.”

Tim Wilson, Chief Executive at MSI Global Alliance, adds: “MSI has relied heavily on the advice and strategic guidance of haysmacintyre’s board members since being founded in 1990. We are delighted to be elevating this relationship to new levels, that will allow us to support and guide our member firms and their clients better during these turbulent times from a new base at the heart of the City of London.”

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