Miller Cooper Joins the HLB Global Network
January 18, 2022

Miller Cooper has joined the HLB global network of independent advisory and accounting firms. HLB numbers more than 32,000 partners and staff across the globe, bringing together professionals to share technical expertise, operational best practices and business development insights to help clients reach their organizational goals both in domestic markets and overseas.

Miller Cooper’s membership in HLB will help the firm provide important access to industry experts and create additional value for our clients, including access to external stakeholders such as governmental agencies, trade organizations, banks and other channels. In 2020, HLB was named Network of the Year during the Digital Accountancy Awards program.

“By joining HLB, we immediately expanded our network with some of the most innovative and creative thinking firms in the world. We are excited about working with HLB and its member firms. HLB Global’s focus on unlocking new business opportunities for member firms, and its commitment to growth and creating value for clients aligns perfectly with our own strategic goals.” said Kristen Fitzpatrick, Miller Cooper Managing Principal.

HLB is the 11th largest global network of independent advisory and accounting firms. They have members in 159 countries and numbers more than 32,000 professionals in 968 offices. Global revenue for 2020 was $3.2 billion.

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