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TPA Romania opens a new office in Cluj-Napoca

Starting September 2016, TPA Group is expanding its operations in Romania with the opening of a new office in Cluj. With the integration of the Cluj-based firm IAS Expert, now rebranded to TPA Transylvania, TPA Romania widens its national presence by adding a key regional office and 22 professionals to its team. Sorana Cernea, founding partner of IAS Expert, becomes the partner in charge of the TPA Transylvania office.

2016-09-05 14:17:35

TPA Group is one of the leading accounting, tax advisory and auditing services companies in Central and South Eastern Europe. Present on the Romanian market since 1998, TPA Romania is offering its clients a complete range of financial services. The TPA Romania portfolio includes over 300 clients, both local and international companies working mainly in the fields of industrial production, renewable energy, real-estate, constructions and distribution.

New tax and audit office in the Cluj-Napoca



Cluj becomes the first regional office and the second office of TPA Romania, next to the headquarters in Bucharest. With this new presence, TPA intends to strengthen its existing partnerships and to stand out as a strategic partner for the companies aiming to be established in this area.

"We are extremely happy with the opening of this new office, as Cluj represents a real asset for our group both for its geographical position and for its economic standing. The step towards a first regional office in Cluj and Transylvania reflects the growing demand we see from our clients for high quality services in accounting, audit, tax and legal domain in this fast growing region of the country. With Sorana and her team, we found the perfect colleagues for this next step in the development of our TPA Group," says Jan Glas, Managing Partner of TPA Romania and member of the CEE Steering Committee of the TPA Group.

"I started our firm in 2003 in Cluj, and we have developed year after year to become one of the current leaders in accounting and tax services in the region" says Sorana Cernea, Founding Partner of IAS Expert. "The integration of our firm into the TPA Group, and our rebranding to TPA Transylvania, is a strong statement and opportunity for our firm, for our employees, and for our clients. As always, we strive to deliver only the highest level of expertise to our existing and future business partners."
Headquartered in Vienna, Austria, the TPA Group is active in 11 European markets: Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.



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