French based financial advisory firm Accuracy has opened an office in the Netherlands. Accuracy Netherlands starts with a team of five experienced M&A advisors, all originating from Big4 offices, and will be led by Michiel Goote. The office of the advisory firm is located in Amsterdam.
Accuracy is founded November 2004 by a group of old employees of Arthur Andersen in France. The Dutch office is its third, last year it opened an office in the Spanish capital Madrid. By adding the Netherlands, Accuracy has approximately 80 employees with a €20 million turnover.
Accuracy Netherlands will be led by Michiel Goote (38), the former head of the Transaction Services Department of KPMG. Four remainder experienced advisors are stepping over to Accuracy. As follows:
- Robrecht Heukers (32), former employee at KPMG en PwC
- Leontine Koens-Betz (31), formerly active at KPMG en Arthur Andersen
- Surita Reynolds (32), ex KPMG advisor
- Jochem Potjes (32), former employee at PwC
In a press release Accuracy announced that the opening of an office in Amsterdam is driven by the high demand for transaction services in the region. “The market is extremely open and active, particularly in the area of financial advisory and transaction support” Frédéric Duponchel, CEO and co-founder of Accuracy, says.