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SGG Group is pleased to announce the acquisition of Intercompta a Chartered Accounting Firm based in Belgium.
Founded in Belgium in 1992 by Mr. Benjamin Ariel, Intercompta provides accounting and tax services to a large client base, including SMEs, Entrepreneurs, Non-profit organisations and HNWIs.
With the increasing complexification and digitalization of the industry, the acquisition of Intercompta will enable SGG Group to double the size of its operations in Belgium, reinforcing its existing skills and capabilities, and starts it’s digital transformation.
To ensure the seamless integration of Intercompta, the company will integrate into the SGG Group structure, allowing the combined group to pursue its business development strategy by expanding its range of services and pooling these specialized skills internally, thus strengthening its offering to SMEs, Entrepreneurs, Non-profit organisations and HNWIs.
Benjamin Ariel has been appointed as the Managing Director for SGG operations in Belgium with immediate effect.
Benjamin Ariel, Founder of Intercompta explained, "We are pleased to be joining forces with such a renowned international group and we look forward to bringing our expertise and to learning from SGG Group’s existing teams, in Belgium and beyond. Intercompta needs the support of SGG to expand its offering and resources to serve its growing client base while continuing to be very close to its clients.”
Christiaan Van Houtven, SGG’s Group Chief Operating Officer continued "We are delighted to find in Intercompta a team of professionals that are highly praised by their clients and the market for their level of expertise. The know-how of Benjamin Ariel will further strengthen our platform dedicated to SMEs, Entrepreneurs, Non-profit Organisations and HNWIs in Belgium. Intercompta’s management team shares our client centric approach and we look forward working with them."