Crowe opens an office in Murcia, eighth in Spain

28 June 2019 Consultancy.eu

Accounting and consulting firm Crowe has opened an office in Murcia, the firm’s eighth hub in Spain.

Globally, Crowe is the 8th largest accounting network, with member firms in 120+ countries and revenues of around $4.3 billion. The firm’s Spanish arm has a team of 300 professionals, with the majority based in the offices of Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia. 

Further south, in Murcia, the capital city of the same named region, Crowe has now established an on the ground footprint. The expansion comes as a result of the recent integration of ACR Auditors, a local firm which had a turnover of €1.1 million.

“This integration enables us to respond to the increasing needs of the clients in the region, particularly those related to consulting services for businesses growing internationally, corporate compliance and organisational consulting,” said Luis Piacenza, Chief Operating Officer of Crowe in Spain.

Crowe opens an office in Murcia, eighth in Spain

As part of the integration of employees and clients, Crowe will continue to provide audit, consulting and tax services to ACR clients. The professional services firm has meanwhile also committed to expanding its footprint in the region, particularly in the agriculture-food sector. 

Giannela Bonomi, who has been appointed Managing Partner of Crowe in Murcia, said he looks forward to operating under the Crowe banner. “The advantages of being part of one of the most prestigious global accounting networks, provides an excellent opportunity to deliver the best solutions to our customers.” 

Other offices of Crowe in Spain – a country with a population of 46 million – are based in A Coruña, Lleida, San Sebastian and Vigo. 

Earlier this month in Spain’s consulting market, Boston Consulting Group (BCG) significantly boosted its Spanish headcount with the acquisition of Kernel Analytics, a data science and analytics consultancy with offices in Barcelona and Madrid. And in February, Duff & Phelps doubled its local team with the purchase of Forest Partners.


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