French Desk

Our French Desk advises French companies that intend to do business in the Netherlands and want to organize their business optimally based on the Dutch economic and fiscal climate, macroeconomic environmental and infrastructure in the Netherlands.

Our employees of the French Desk are required to work according to strict quality guidelines in order to excel when it comes to technical and ethical standards. Passion for the business, an open mind and the ability to think freely within the laws and regulations are the keys to success.

Mazars can assist you in:

Starting out

  • Establishing business premises
  • Founding a company
  • Company acquisitions
  • Joint ventures

Tax

  • International tax structuring
  • Transfer pricing
  • Value added tax and customs

Safeguarding rights

  • Contract law
  • Corporate law
  • Trademark and IT law
  • Real estate

Managing staff

  • Global mobility and personnel deployment
  • HR management
  • Payroll accounting
  • Employment law

Meeting obligations

  • Value added tax and customs
  • Financial accounting
  • Controlling and reporting
  • Annual financial statements
  • Tax returns

Assessing and managing risks

  • Statutory audits
  • Voluntary audits
  • Internal audits
  • Risk, compliance and responsibility
  • Human rights

Our approach

Maximum quality is guaranteed when Mazars supports your company in both countries. But we also provide the same level of dedication if you only need us as your professional partner in a single country, for individual projects that require specific expertise or are urgent, or for situations where you need a qualified second opinion. Our advisors are committed to offer world class, pragmatic and suitable solutions to all of our clients.

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