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Clayton & McKervey Earns Global Award

Posted on June 6, 2022 by

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Southfield, MI, May 26, 2022 – Clayton & McKervey, an international accounting and business advisory firm servicing growth-driven middle-market companies, has been awarded Centuro Global’s Tax & Accounting Firm of the Year, announced at their Global Expansion Conference 2022, INT-X Awards, in London, England on May 25, 2022. This is the first year of the awards program which included votes cast by the business community within each firm’s market. International nominees included:     

  • Finpartner (Lisboa, PT) 
  • Clayton & McKervey (Southfield, MI, USA) 
  • KBA Accounting & Bookkeeping Services, LLC (Dubai, UAE)
  • Malone & Co (Rathcoole, Co, Dublin, IE)
  • Flynth (Arnhem, NL) 

“We have appreciated the opportunity to contribute to Centuro’s mission of easing global expansion” said Teresa Gordon, International Practice Lead for Clayton & McKervey. “Being recognized for our focus in helping business owners achieve their goals through collaboration with key partners is our top priority.” 

In 2020 Clayton & McKervey was selected by Centuro Global to represent the US as an accounting partner, joining their global network of accountants, lawyers, immigration experts and human resource specialists. This group works together to support global expansion with trusted advisors in all corners of the world.  

The Int-X Awards, recognizing the successes, disruptors, and impact makers in international expansion, took place at the 2022 Centuro Global Expansion Conference. Companies from all over the world compete for awards in nine categories. For the full list of nominations, or to learn more about the awards, visit Centuro Global.  

Clayton & McKervey is a metro Detroit-based accounting and business advisory firm helping growth-driven entrepreneurial companies compete in the global marketplace. The firm is headquartered in metro Detroit and services clients throughout the globe. To learn more, visit  

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