Plante & Moran has gone south of the border, opening an office in Monterrey, Mexico.

The firm has worked with clients in Mexico for more than 15 years, and the establishment of a Monterrey office reflects the next step in the firm's commitment to meeting its clients' on-the-ground resource needs in foreign markets.

"The high volume of cross-border activity between the United States and Mexico makes the opening of this office a natural move for us," said managing partner Bill Hermann (pictured) in a statement.

The firm also operates an office in Shanghai, and plans to add more international locations to support its clients. In addition, Plante & Moran is part of Praxity, an alliance of more than 100 professional accounting and auditing firms worldwide, giving it entrée to about 70 countries.

"We specialize in helping clients take advantage of global business opportunities," said practice group leader Lou Longo.

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