Vandelanotte France continues to strive for even better service provision towards our customers in 2021. To make this possible, Matthieu Van Gucht joined our team on 4 January. This Frenchman born and bred has gained the necessary know-how relating to French taxation over the past years and wants to help us make a difference for our customers in France.
Matthieu began his career as an Assignment Manager at a French regional company in 2011. Then he became a Supervisor at PwC Lille. During this period, he had the opportunity to work with both smaller and larger businesses. He also gained experience in the various tax-related areas. The preparation of financial statements, tax advice, consolidation, business valuation and reports are all familiar territory for Matthieu.
In 2017 he gained the title of accountant. In addition, Matthieu is an enthusiastic lecturer in tax law at the Lille Catholic University.
Vandelanotte offered me a unique, professional project that prioritises the human aspect. Vandelanotte stays very close to its customers. I was immediately sold
The decision to join Vandelanotte was an easy one. “Vandelanotte offered me a unique, professional project that prioritises the human aspect. Vandelanotte stays very close to its customers. I was immediately sold,” says Matthieu.
Matthieu will be leading our cross-border team from our Lille office. This is a nice expansion of our current range of services, with experts on hand to offer advice on both the Belgian and French sides of the border. Matthieu is the final piece of the Vandelanotte France puzzle, as it were.
We wish Matthieu great success in his new venture!
Are you interested in doing business in France or already active there? Vandelanotte is the ideal partner to help you fulfil all your tax, legal and accounting obligations. To contact one of our experts, please email email@example.com.
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