Tax advisors, accountants, auditors and lawyers in Belgium
Accounting and Tax
ECOVIS ACTA Consult is a Belgian accounting firm with offices in Leuven and Brussels.
We provide accounting, tax and consulting services to local and international companies and associations.
intui Law firm is a Belgian law firm with offices in Leuven and Brussels.
intui offers extensive expertise in the main areas of corporate law, including law of non-profit organizations.
HR & Payroll
ECOVIS Lindra offers an integrated and highly personalized approach to three key areas of your business: Compensation & Benefits Management, HR Review and International Employment.
ECOVIS FKW Bedrijfsrevisoren offers comprehensive services in all fields of auditing.
Ecovis welcomes its new partners from ECOVIS Audit Macedonia
18.09.19 | ECOVIS Audit Macedonia was established on 1st July 1995 and is based in Skopje. The firm provides audit of financial statements of middle and large companies, banks, insurance companies, other fina...
Changes to be navigated by Ecovis UK over the coming years
02.09.19 | ECOVIS Wingrave Yeats recently registered as a non-US registered firm with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) in order to ensure that our UK audits meet the needs of all stakehol...
United Kingdom Immigration Legal Updates
02.09.19 | This year has seen substantial changes in British immigration law, and there is more in the pipeline. In this article we examine the changes so far and explain their implications. The post United K...
New Reporting Requirements for International Transactions in the US
02.09.19 | As global economics have prospered due to increasing cross-border trade and international business transactions, the US government has introduced new tax regulations governing how these transaction...
Brand Protection: The US fashion brand Supreme wins trademark rights in China
02.09.19 | In the western part of the world, China is notorious for manufacturing and selling counterfeit branded products. This raises the question of whether it makes any sense to register a trademark in a ...