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About Us

Rajesh B. Mangla & Associates is a leading firm of Chartered Accountants located in New Delhi, India.  The firm was established in the year 1991 and has experience of over 2 decades of hardcore Professional practice. The foundation of our business philosophy is client service. We are committed to delivering reliable, professional, yet cost-effective, value-added services to our clients. Our personalized and proactive client service approach and its ability to keep pace with market needs allow us to provide value-added services to our clients and to help them grow. Our broad and loyal client base is an attestation to our strong commitment of providing standard-setting professional expertise with an equally strong personal touch and dedication. The personalized service we have provided over the years to our clients focusing on the specific individual requirements of each one of them considering the size, nature and situation of the business is what has enabled us to emerge stronger. We are committed to working with honesty and integrity, to respect the confidentiality of our clients, to make available necessary professional skill sets and capabilities and to operate within the fair business practices and applicable laws and regulations of the country of operation.
The executive team of the firm provides real world solutions to complex business issues by laying stress on meeting time-bound schedules and continuously upgrading technical skills. The working of the entire firm is webbed through efficient communication and documentation, written systems and procedures and yearly calendar of meetings and training  schedules.

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