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New name reflects 'diamond quality'

The Langley office of accounting firm UHY LDMB Advisors, has  announced a new name, refreshed brand and new alliance.

The new name, Facet Advisors, plays to its strengths as an independent, multi-faceted firm providing diamond quality service.

“We wanted to capitalize on our growth, new service expansion and momentum with a name and brand that reflected the many facets of the organization and the level of service we offer,” said Darren Millard, partner at Facet Advisors LLP.

The company also announced is has joined the Leading Edge Alliance (LEA), an international alliance of independently-owned accounting and consulting firms that represents approximately 100 countries, and has more than 165 member firms worldwide, with collective revenues of $2.4 billion U.S. dollars.

“Being part of the Leading Edge Alliance enables us to continue to compete on a substantial scale, throughout the country and across the globe, and greatly increases the breadth of international coverage we can now offer our clients,” Millard added. “We’re a local company with global reach and expertise.”

In addition to continuing to provide extensive accounting, audit, local and international tax and consulting services through Facet Advisors LLP, the partnership now offers a range of business, financial and human resources services through Facet Advisors Inc. These services are designed to strengthen and support business growth for clients.

The company was founded in 1998 and the Langley office recently won a 2010 Business Excellence Award from the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce where UHY LDMB was recognized as Business of the Year (medium-sized business category). Facet Advisors is at 200-8837 201 St.

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