Global expertise with local faces
Who we are
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.
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Real Estate Peru: Preoperative expenses and income tax
In cases where a company has carried out a specific real estate project and then chooses to continue with its economic purpose and carry out new projects, the question arises as to whether the expenses related to the latter can qualify as preoperative expenses under income tax law.
ICAP: A New Paradigm in Transfer Pricing CertaintyTransfer pricing is increasingly viewed as a top concern for tax audits. Disputes in this area can be expensive, time-consuming, and disruptive, and they can significantly affect the performance of multinational enterprises (MNEs). Previously, Advanced Price Agreements (APAs) were the...
New Beneficial Ownership Reporting Requirements for Small BusinessesStarting on January 1, 2024, certain small businesses will be required to disclose information about their beneficial owners to the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). The new requirements, implemented by the Corporate Transparency Act and...
Internal Control in Family Businesses
In the development of family businesses, it is important to review the complexities involved, beyond family desires, which can cover the business’s own concerns, needs, and interests, which must be based on three important pillars in society, such as family, ownership, and business.