UHY Fay & Co and Cointegra merge

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UHY Fay & Co and Cointegra merge to promote the growth of sustainability services in Spain and position the new brand among the leading firms in sustainability

The brand under which these services will be offered is UHY Fay & Cointegra, thus launching a corporate image that integrates both companies and maintains the trademark “The path to sustainability”, which defines the high degree of specialization in ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) and Sustainability, as well as the ability to accompany organizations in the integration of sustainability and ESG criteria at the heart of their businesses.

For Encarnita del Amor Saavedra and Marta Casasola Gómez-Aguado, managing partners at Cointegra, “This is a strategic alliance that will allow us to expand the range of services that we were offering to our clients up to now and to do so globally, with capacity to serve them in any geographical area in which they carry out their activity, and strengthening the team of professionals with the incorporation of the best talent. All this without losing the values ​​that govern our work, such as rigor and professionalism, trust, and professional ethics, as well as the integral approach of our services.”

Cointegra, with 15 years of experience and multisectoral knowledge, has developed over 120 projects for clients with national and international implementation.

Bernard and Joseph Fay, managing partners of UHY Fay & Co comment: “we have taken this step because our clients needed us to further develop the sustainability and ESG area of ​​the firm and we have responded to offer them first class services that help them to add value, gain competitiveness and generate greater confidence among its shareholders and groups of interest”.

UHY Fay & Co is the only member firm in Spain of UHY International, the leading global network of professional services, through which it has more than 8,500 professionals from all over the world with whom to organize multidisciplinary teams to carry out transnational operations and have access to more than 300 offices in over 100 countries. Therefore, the firm offers global advisory to clients to the same high-quality standards effectively and successfully.



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