MAZARS Dutch Desk

Mazars Romania launches MAZARS Dutch Desk, specialized in advisory services for the Dutch business community.

MAZARS Romania announces the launching of the MAZARS Dutch Desk, designed to provide integrated tax, audit, accounting, payroll and advisory services to investors representing the Dutch community. The multidisciplinary team of this new unit, through its extensive network of contacts in Romania and the Netherlands, will support both the Dutch-owned companies already active on the local market and investors who want to start new business in Romania. This includes the investors which are investing via The Netherlands into Romania.

The Dutch Desk’s activity will be based on the MAZARS German Desk’s experience and practice, the first unit that MAZARS launched, in 2013, for a language based business community. The new Dutch Desk will address the business community with the largest investments in Romania (over EUR13bn.), by offering integrated consulting services and solutions. MAZARS Dutch Desk will be led by Edwin Warmerdam, Tax Partner of MAZARS Romania, who is a native Dutch speaker. 

Edwin Warmerdam, Tax Partner, MAZARS Romania: "We are currently working with many Dutch investors. By creating this new unit, an existing framework takes further shape based on the experience and connections we have developed with these investors. This is a very dynamic community, which keeps extending its activity in Romania. MAZARS Dutch Desk’s role is to help both Dutch investors and their direct business partners to grow and strengthen their market presence. Our multidisciplinary team of professionals is ready to support their business decisions through clear and precise answers to their needs, by offering tailored consulting solutions and a personalized approach of the relationship we buildwith each of them."

Companies from or making business via The Netherlands run investments that cover 20 percent of the total FDI in Romania. Altogether, MAZARS Dutch and German Desks provide tailored consulting solutions to some of the most important multinational organizations from the Netherlands, Germany and Austria, the source countries for more than 50 percent of the total FDI in Romania. The companies with Dutch, Austrian and German capital that work with MAZARS are active in areas such as energy, automotive, retail, real estate and financial services.