In 2001, he joined the statutory auditing team of a fifty-strong firm in Paris and, in 2005, he became responsible for supervising the auditing teams. He was certified as a chartered accountant and statutory auditor in 2007, became a partner and was responsible for integrating a number of firms.
As a result of his experience working on the firm’s files and his numerous trips abroad, he became responsible for English-language files and, in particular, he used his experience to assist clients in the fields of publishing, distance selling, as well as subsidiaries of foreign companies.
Focusing on the south-west of France and, in particular, the Toulouse region, in 2013, he started to grow the firm’s presence in this region. This led to the firm Bergès Expertise Comptable being taken over by the Parisian group.
At the end of 2015, he and his partner decided to sell the Paris firm to develop a new project focused on Paris and Toulouse based on partnerships with high-value-added office managers who were already operating in the Toulouse and Ile-de-France regions. Berges Expertise Audit became BEA and, by taking over the firm Jean-Paul Ruby in 2016, the group continued its expansion and became Ruby.
Convinced of the need to develop his profession and to adapt it to the constantly changing technological environment, he chose this new phase as the appropriate time to introduce innovative solutions to limit ancillary, repetitive tasks, instead concentrating on high-value-added work such as supporting and advising managers at all stages of their project or business cycle.
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