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BearingPoint sees sold growth

Amsterdam: BearingPoint has reported revenues of 550 million euro in 2013, up 8.4 percent over the previous year. At the same time, the firm increased its global reach and strengthened its worldwide portfolio. BearingPoint opened new offices in China as well as in Ukraine and established new strategic alliances in Turkey and Spain. BearingPoint now has 30 subsidiaries in 18 countries and, together with its global consulting network, serves clients in more than 70 countries. At the end of 2013 the firm acquired the German-based risk management and reporting specialist RiValue as well as the UK-based operational performance consultancy Trinity Horne.

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