Welcome to our new SBC member firms in Turkey

Posted on 30th July 2019 by Streets

Image to represent Welcome to our new SBC member firms in Turkey

Based in Istanbul, Cebeci Denetim specialise in looking after those engaged in Electronics, Energy and Mining, Retail, Real Estate, Ship-Yacht Construction, Tourism, Textile, Machinery, Chemical, Food, Health and Service. Erol Emrah Cebeci and his team provide clients with audit compliance services along with tax compliance and tax consultancy.

Further Information

or email Erol Emrah Cebeci eec@cebecidenetim.com

EA YMM is a boutique advisory and consulting business specialising in tax, finance and management. The business, led by Eray Asil is located in Istanbul, the business capital city of Turkey. Eray and his team’s specialisms include indirect taxes, corporate tax, international taxation, transfer pricing, tax audits, tax treaties and resolution of tax disputes.  

Further Information

or email Eray Asil easil@eaymm.net

The search is on for new members, can you help?

Whilst we continue to have new members join us, we are keen to expand our representation in parts of the US, including the top 10 business cities and also in Europe especially in Germany, Spain and Belgium. If you know of any other firms that are looking to join an association or alliance then please do let us know by email info@sbcglobalalliance.co.uk

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