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UHY expands further within Europe

Global accountancy network UHY extends its coverage within Scandinavia by appointing TietoAkseli Oy.

TietoAkseli Oy was established in 1991. With five partners and a team of 35 staff, the firm’s main office is based in Jyväskylä with regional offices in Helsinki, Oulu and Mikkeli providing bookkeeping, tax and management consultancy services. The majority of TietoAkseli Oy's clients are internationally focused covering a variety of sectors such as engineering, IT consulting, advertising, communications, transport services, environmental management and other professional services. 

Managing partner, Mikko Akselin says: "We joined the UHY network for a number of reasons. In recent years there have been occasions when our clients have asked us whether we could recommend them a company to help them establish business overseas. The strong UHY network will make this question easy to answer now. Also as a strong player in the Finnish accounting sector we are happy to have the opportunity to serve international clients establishing operations in Finland. With our wide range of services we’ll be able to cater to all their needs starting from accounting outsourcing to mergers and acquisitions." 

TietoAkseli Oy has also two affiliate companies, ValueFrame Oy, providing web-based professional services solutions for small and medium sized companies and Odeco Oy, providing consultancy and training in managerial and organisational development and personnel assessment. 

John Wolfgang, chairman of UHY commented: "We are delighted TietoAkseli Oy have joined the UHY network extending our coverage and capabilities in the Scandinavian region. The firm's admittance to the UHY network adds a great deal of regional market and sector expertise and we strongly believe the firm has the knowledge and experience required to strengthen UHY’s presence in Scandinavia."