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MGI Europe adds firm in Belgium

MGI has added Belgium firm Van Herck & Co Bedrijfsrevisoren (Van Herck )to its European association.

Established in 1983, Antwerp-based Van Herck provides audit, accountancy, tax and legal services, focusing on the diamond trading and construction sectors.

The firm employs 12 staff and mainly serves local small and medium enterprises (SMEs), owner-managed businesses, subsidiaries of international groups and non-profit organisations.

Philippe Boesmans, member of the Belgian Institute of Recognized Auditors (IBR-IRE) and a key contact at the firm said Van Herck joined the international association as it was looking for solutions for its Belgium-based clients with international subsidiaries and affiliates, seeking support and advice in foreign countries.

Van Herck also looks at the international membership as a way to be able to participate in tenders for smaller international groups seeking cross-border services.

 

 

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