GGI maintains No. 1 ranking worldwide
According to the latest 2018 Survey of Networks, Alliances and Associations by Accountancy Age, GGI is number one in the list of Associations and Alliances worldwide.
Accountancy Age, a trade magazine for accountants and financial staff in the UK, is a respected source for news and analysis. Launched in 1969 with a circulation of over 60,000 in print over the years, it became an online-only publication from May 2011 delivering up-to-the-minute news to the finance community, having 256,000 subscribers.
The latest annual survey of international networks and associations carried out by Accountancy, based in London, firmly positions GGI Geneva Group International (www.ggi. com) sixth place in the world.
As the biggest global multidisciplinary alliance, Zurichbased GGI’s cumulated fee income has reached USD 5.374 billion. GGI currently has over 815 offces in more than 120 countries and a total professional staff of 28,007 that takes care of the accounting, legal, taxation and consulting matters of its growing international clientele.
Michael Reiss von Filski, Global CEO of GGI, said ‘We are proud to be the largest multidisciplinary organisation worldwide. As a true Swiss institution, we will continue growing and setting standards that underline high quality and professionalism.’
Published for over 120 years, Accountancy magazine (https://www. accountancydaily.co) is essential reading for the profession and is the only independent print magazine covering the accounting profession, with no affliations with professional institutes or regulatory bodies. Every year the magazine publishes an annual survey of the top international networks and associations. You can read the full articles on www.ggi.com.