Nihal Hettiarachchi & Company is the Epitome of Professionalism, Dedicated Service and True Values. We strive to better our performance each day, whilst confining ourselves to the scope of our deep-rooted principles. We therefore succeed in striking the right balance in everything we do, making us the ideal service providers. We appreciate longstanding business relationships and initiate growth among our Clientele. We have earned the trust and respect of over six hundred corporate and individual Clients. We endeavour to delight them with solutions that put them at an advantage, professionally as well as commercially.
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HLB Asia Pacific Regional Conference 2017 hosted by HLB Mann Judd, will take place in in Melbourne, Australia from 15th to 19th June, 2017.Read More
Nihal Hettiarachchi & Company (NH & Co.,) was awarded the Audit Firm of the Year – Medium Category at the South Asian Partnership...
HLB International is well positioned across Asia Pacific where it ranks Top Ten in many countries including Australia, Greater China..
HLB Hamt, UAE, was awarded the 'Best Audit and Advisory Firm ofthe year' at the recently held TheCFO Middle East Awards 2016. HLB Hamt has now won this award second year in a row.
HLB International, one of the leading global accountancy networks with presence in 140 countries, continues its growth with the recent signings of three new member firms in Italy.
HLB Eurasia, a group of independent and well-established member firms of HLB International in Eurasian countries, is pleased to announce that Gerard Uijtendaal will be the HLB Eurasia Regional Leader.
India’s central bank unexpectedly left borrowing costs unchanged for a second straight meeting and signaled that its interest-rate easing cycle is coming to an end.
Asian currency-watchers focused solely on the impact of U.S. President Donald Trump's policies on the dollar or Beijing's fight against a weakening yuan are ignoring risks emanating from upcoming elections in Europe...
A flamboyant Malaysian financier linked to an international money-laundering probe has laid bare New Zealand’s surprising appeal as a destination for the ultra-rich to park their wealth.