UHY Advisors and UHY LLP are member firms of UHY International, one of the world’s largest professional service firm organizations.
Members of the UHY International network can be found in over 320 business centers across 98 countries around the world. Click here to view the global directory.
As a member firm of UHY International, one of the top global accounting networks, we have access to resources in virtually every industry and service line in all the major global business centers. Learn more about the cities and countries in which we can help.
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UHY, the international accounting and consultancy network, has appointed the Chief Operating Officer of US member firm UHY Advisors, Inc., Rick David, as the new chairman of UHY.
UHY International (“UHYI”), a worldwide network of independent professional services firms that provide audit, tax and advisory services around the globe, gathered their leadership in Detroit, Michigan from Wednesday, October 24 through Friday, October 26 for the 2018 annual meeting of international members. The meeting was the largest gathering of UHY International partners in history with representatives from nearly 100 countries coming together to discuss developments in the marketplace, exchange ideas, experience the economic revitalization in Detroit and network in iconic American venues such as the Henry Ford Museum and the Detroit Institute of Arts.
UHY Advisors and UHY LLP are proud to welcome members from UHY International, one of the largest global accounting and consultancy networks in the world, to the Motor City for the 2018 International Members Meeting at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel in downtown Detroit. The meeting will be the largest gathering of UHY International partners in history with representatives from over 95 countries coming together to conduct business, gain education and experience the great comeback in Detroit.
US companies enjoy some of the lowest taxes as a percentage of the price of fuel in the world – on average 66 percent lower than the global average – shows a new study by UHY, the international accounting and consultancy network.
European companies face taxes as a percentage of the price of fuel on average 18% higher than the world average, putting them at a serious disadvantage and potentially risking economic growth, shows a new study by UHY, the international accounting and consultancy network.