CNBA, which stands for Cabinet Nouri Ben Abdelkrim, was established in 1983 in Tunis by the late Nouri Ben Abdelkrim. It currently has a team of four partners and 20 staff, and provides a range of audit, tax and management consultancy and bookkeeping services. The languages spoken by CNBA employees include Arabic, French, English, Italian and Japanese.
By signing up with UHY, CNBA hopes to broaden its reach not only throughout Tunisia “but also in other countries in the region”, said Raoudha Ben Abdelkrim, a partner in the business.
Founded in 1986, the UHY network is based in London and currently has offices in nearly 250 cities in 81 countries, employing more than 6,800 people. Its 2011 total revenue of $625m in 2011 makes it the world’s 21st largest international audit, accounting, tax and consultancy network.
The UHY structure is designed in such a way that each member firm is a legally separate and independent entity. The UK group of UHY International is known as UHY Hacker Young.