Roever Broenner Susat joins Mazars in Germany

22 April 2015 2 min. read

Audit and tax consulting firm Roever Broenner Susat has merged with Mazars in Germany, adding 51 partners and 730 employees to Mazars headcount. As a result of the merger, Mazars will strengthen its position at the heart of Europe and positions itself in the Top 10 of the industry in the country.

Roever Broenner Susat is a German audit and tax consulting firm that supports clients in the areas of auditing, tax and legal advice, corporate finance and consulting services. Its clients include private individuals, small and medium-sized partnerships and corporations, large publicly listed corporations and groups, and non-profit organisations, foundations, and public sector entities. The firm that was founded in 2012 has 730 employees and 51 partners, working from its ten locations in Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt am Main, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich, Nuremberg, Dresden, Potsdam and Greifswald.

Roever Broenner Susat joins Mazars in Germany

In line with its global growth strategy, Mazars decided to merge with Roever Broenner Susat, speeding up its development and strengthening its presence in Germany and positioning itself in the Top 10 of the industry, with a headcount of 1,000, including 68 partners, working from 12 offices around the country.

Following the merger, Roever Broenner Susat will join Mazars’ International Integrated Partnership and Christoph Regierer and Gregor Kunz, Partners at Roever Broenner Susat, will respectively join Mazars’ Group Executive Board and Mazars’ Group Governance Council.

Commenting on the merger, Kunz and Regierer say: “We share with Mazars a culture that is demanding and independent. Our capacities are very complementary and this merger will allow us to provide our clients with quality internationally-focused services.” Philippe Castagnac, Mazars’ Group CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board, adds: “Welcoming Roever Broenner Susat into our firm strengthens our position at the heart of Europe’s first economic power. It’s a smart move.”

In the past 10 years, Mazars doubled its global revenues and reached €1.2 billion in 2015, due to the work of its more than 15,000 employees working in 73 countries worldwide. With the expanded headcount, Mazars Germany will now contribute nearly 10% of the overall activity.