German advisory Trinavis joins Crowe Horwath network

03 September 2014 Consultancy.uk

Global accounting and consulting firm Crowe Horwath has expanded its network with Trinavis, a German auditing and tax consultancy headquartered in Berlin. With the addition of Trinavis, Crowe Horwath now has 12 offices in Germany, ranking it among the largest networks in the country.

Established in 2008 from the merger of two well-established local advisory firms, Trinavis is one of the top 50 professional services firms in Germany, offering among others auditing, accounting, tax, corporate finance and legal advice. Trinavis has 17 partners and approximately 240 employees, across offices in Berlin, Essen and Kiel.

"Joining the globally branded Crowe Horwath International network is a major strategic step for Trinavis to ensure highest quality and growth in a competitive market environment," says Thomas Goebel, Partner at Trinavis. "With this overall goal in mind, we have been impressed within the short time of our membership at how much the atmosphere at Crowe Horwath is characterised by confidence in cooperation, openness, homogeneity, open-mindedness and a very personal level of networking."

Trinavis joins Crowe Horwath

"We are fortunate to have a firm of Trinavis' talent and capabilities join our network. The addition of Trinavis expands the representation of our network within Germany and provides us with a significant presence in the Berlin market," comments J. Kevin McGrath, Chief Executive Officer of Crowe Horwath International. "We look forward to having the professionals of Trinavis serve as a source of value for the clients of our network seeking audit, tax and advisory services in the specialized industries serviced by the firm."

European expansion

The addition of Trinavis is the fourth European expansion in a few months for Crowe Horwath. Recently the advisory firm expanded its network with Platinum Partners in Switzerland, Horwath HTL in France and BDM in Serbia. See the article 'Crowe Horwath expands in Switzerland, France & Serbia' for more information.

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