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PrimeGlobal Welcomes Wolting & Versteegh, B.V. as its Newest Member Firm in the Netherlands

Press release by PrimeGlobal

Press release by PrimeGlobal - PrimeGlobal is pleased to announce the addition of Wolting & Versteegh, B.V. to the Association’s Europe, Middle East & Africa Region. 

Wolting & Versteegh Accountants and Tax Advisers was established in 1980. The firm's Headquarters are based in Heerlen, with a branch office in Maastricht. Both offices are based in the province of Limburg, in the south of the Netherlands, close to the borders of both Germany and Belgium. Due to this strategic geographic position Wolting & Versteegh is an excellent business partner for the whole of the EU region.


Founder and Managing Partner, Hans Wolting, RA (CPA), states that the firm operates under the principal that ‘the whole always adds up to more than the sum of its parts’. Wolting explains this is due to the way the firm's various departments operate collaboratively and by setting the highest possible standards and goals, especially when it comes to providing clients or their intermediaries with critical information. Wolting further explains that the firm's competitive advantage is its ability to offer succinct and clear information and reporting free of any technical claptrap.”


Wolting & Versteegh’s staff of 25 have earned their spurs both through their focused training and education, and from their broad experience. Each one keeps a close watch on current developments. They pride themselves on making the correct analysis for their clients, and to providing a recommendation suited precisely to each situation.

 

Both PrimeGlobal and its EMEA Chief Regional Officer, Thierry Delvaux, are very pleased to welcome Wolting & Versteegh on board, joining its approximately 300 member firms in 85 countries.   

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