CARLE & ANDRIOLI Public Accountants was established in 1991 embracing principles of personalized attention, guarantee of confidentiality and compliance with strict technical and functional standards, which are the key pillars of the organization’s identity.
We provide Consulting, Audit, Tax and Accounting advisory services to businesses and institutions. Our team is made up of Accountants, Economists and university students who are carefully recruited, trained and supervised to perform as Accounting Analysts. The Firm currently has 39 employees.
CARLE & ANDRIOLI has over twenty years of professional experience providing services to small, medium and large organizations in the industrial, agricultural, commerce and services sectors, some of which are leaders in their markets.
Economic globalization requires international practices and local presence in foreign countries through cooperation and exchange initiatives. In line with this trend, in 2001 CARLE & ANDRIOLI became an independent member of ‘Geneva Group International’ (GGI), enhancing its ability to advise national organizations expanding internationally, as well as foreign companies investing in Uruguay. Based in Switzerland, GGI is a worldwide alliance of more than 320 independent professional accounting, consulting and law firms, present in over 90 countries.
Since 2010 all the services provided by our Firm are certified according to the ISO 9001:2008 norms by the Uruguayan Institute of Technical Norms (UNIT) and the Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification (AENOR).
Over the last four years, CARLE & ANDRIOLI has been ranked one the best employers in Uruguay by the Great Place to Work Institute (GPTW).
CARLE & ANDRIOLI upholds the mission and code of ethics of the Uruguayan Association of Accountants, Economists and Business Administrators and has embraced Corporate Social Responsibility principles since the first CSR Index was developed, through its participation in DERES – the non-profit business organization that promotes Corporate Social Responsibility in Uruguay – and in the United Nations Global Compact.