International tax adviser network Andersen Global continues to expand its global footprint with addition of four new offices in Africa in the past month.

In Mauritania, the group signed a collaboration agreement with Chinguity Law, a full-service law firm founded in 2009 that has two locations in Nouakchott.

The network also signed an agreement with HK Jurifisc, a Madagascar-based organisation with a team of more than 30 headed by managing partner Hanna Gräfin Keyserlingk.

In Chad, in the capital N'Djamena, Andersen has come to an agreement with Kreich Avocats, a team of 10 professionals led by managing partner Abdelkérim Kreich that services the wider Central African Economic and Monetary Community (Cemac) region.

Finally, the network has most recently strengthened its position in Southern Africa by signing a collaboration agreement with Robinson Bertram, one of the oldest and largest law offices in Eswatini that was founded in the late 1800s and now includes more than 30 professionals.