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When your business activity crosses international borders, you need the full confidence of your stakeholders and investors, local regulators, and business partners. Our ability to deliver consistent, high-quality service across borders has made us a preferred audit partner of business leaders who want an engaged advisor on their side.

Today, we work with more than 500 international and multinational companies, conducting global and subsidiary audits under U.S. generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS), the standards of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, and the International Standards on Auditing (IAS).

We're continually investing in our audit processes, people, and technologies to help our clients stay ahead of developing accounting principles and regulatory changes — bringing you practical guidance on how they impact your bottom line.

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International Audit Thought Leadership

  • Global connections: The Praxity North American International Tax Conference

    The global implications of U.S. tax reform and the changing business landscape in China and Europe were the trending issues at North America’s leading international tax event.

    Kellie Becker Jason Drake Lou Longo
    Article November 19, 2018 3 min read
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  • Tariffs and customs: How well do you know your value stream?
    With more tariffs potentially on the horizon, better understanding your company's value stream helps you anticipate competitor, supplier, and customer responses and plan for a range of scenarios.
    Daron Gifford
    Article April 12, 2018 6 min read
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  • Concerned about tariffs? Six ways to manage uncertainty
    Given the volley of announcements about tariffs on goods imported from China and many other countries, businesses are wondering how to make sound business decisions in an uncertain climate. Here are six suggestions.
    Lou Longo
    Article April 10, 2018 3 min read
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  • CPTPP: What does it mean for Mexico?
    The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP or TPP-11) has been signed by 11 countries, including Mexico. While still awaiting ratification, here’s what you need to know about the new trade agreement.
    Alejandro A. Rodriguez
    Article March 21, 2018 1 min read
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Our clients say

As the CFO from a European-headquartered company, I have been working with Plante Moran for many years now. My experience in a nutshell: highly professional partners to our business not only in the USA but also internationally. Practical and down-to-earth advice combined with broad expertise in our businesses (plastics and healthcare) — their advice is worth real money! Highly recommendable to any non-American-headquartered company!

Hannes Moser CFO, Greiner Holdings AG

Our Team

We make international coordination seamless. Our focus on personalized service includes assigning you a single domestic point of contact and accountability to quickly learn your challenges, provide the resources and solutions you need, and take sole responsibility for your satisfaction across your markets and business units.

We take pride in closely collaborating with your staff to identify risks and develop appropriate global and regional governance frameworks and internal controls. We keep you current and deliver practical guidance on accounting principles and regulatory changes. Our strong, transparent relationships with parent and component auditors ensure ongoing engagement monitoring and coordinated timing of deliverables.