Ecovis is a leading global consulting firm with its origins in Continental Europe. It has almost 11,000 people operating in more than 90 countries. Its consulting focus and core competencies lie in the areas of tax consultation, accounting, auditing and legal advice. The particular strength of Ecovis is the combination of personal advice at a local level with the general expertise of an international and interdisciplinary network of professionals.
Corporate social responsibility
It is with continuing dismay that we witness the continuing effects of the war in Ukraine. While we stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine in the wake of this unprovoked attack, we also want to provide concrete help. Among those affected are many Ukrainian children and young people who have had to leave their homes either alone or with their mothers and embark on an arduous journey into an uncertain future.
A global team working together
Asia-Pacific, Central and South Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa, The Americas
Tech, FinTech, and StartupsTech, FinTech, and Startups going global are a common trend in the technology and entrepreneurship world. Expanding internationally can bring several benefits, including access to larger markets, diverse talent pools, increased funding opportunities, and the potential for faster growth. Sometimes, it is more of an obligation than a choice.
Digital-Driven Service ProvidersNew technologies have changed many industries. While some have succumbed, others have been empowered and continue to thrive. Those new service providers, often led by digital transformation, typically do not have resources on the ground, offices in every country, HR professionals, etc.
Manufacturing, Service, TradingWelcome to our international accounting, tax, audit, and legal network, where we specialize in facilitating the success of global players in traditional industries such as manufacturing, logistics, trading, service, agriculture, and other pre-digital revolution industrial areas.
Doing business in LatAmWe are dedicated to being your strategic ally as you navigate the ever-evolving landscape of business in the Latin American region. Whether you are a company exploring opportunities in LatAm for the first time or an established entity seeking to expand within this vibrant market, we are here to guide you every step of the way.
Asia outbound investmentsWe specialize in supporting companies from the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region as they venture into the global arena. In today’s interconnected world, APAC companies are at the forefront of a global economic transformation, and we are here to help them shine on the international stage.
U.S. companies expanding abroadWelcome to our international accounting, tax, audit, and legal network, specializing in assisting US-based companies as they expand their operations and reach beyond borders. In today’s interconnected global marketplace, US companies are seizing international opportunities, and we are here to guide them on this transformative journey.
Tax complexity for multinational companies: Increasingly complex regulations
Ever-changing regulations, global tax competition and digitalisation mean that multinational corporations (MNCs) are confronted with increasing tax complexity. This is revealed in the “Global MNC Tax Complexity Survey 2022”.
VAT Brazil: Overview of the main points of the tax reform and next step
On 20 December 2023, Brazil approved brand-new legislation on consumption and transactional taxation. The main objective of the legal modifications is to simplify a host of levies on goods and services. After a transition period of 7 years (from 2026 to 2032), taxation will be based on a dual VAT system. The Ecovis experts explain the details of the VAT tax reform.
Business debt restructuring: Dutch scheme of arrangements (WHOA) as a solution for international restructurings
The “Wet Homologatie Onderhands Akkoord” (WHOA), or the law on Court confirmation of extrajudicial restructuring plans, introduced in the Netherlands in 2021, has proven its worth for restructuring companies through a private debt agreement with creditors and shareholders.