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A Group that continues to develop and innovate !

Fideliance is a group resolutely turned towards innovation. The company pursues a strategy based on offering a diversified range of services which incorporate the multi-professional and innovative dimensions: chartered accountancy, auditing, consolidation, but also asset management, CSR or digital.

Presided over by Jean-Luc FLABEAU, Fideliance follows a strategy of "growing rather than expanding". The group's growth, both geographically and sector-wise, has always been based on strong values: care, investment, sharing, growth.

Fideliance was awarded the LUCIE label in March 2021. This distinction demonstrates a strong commitment of our partners to ensure a respectful approach to all the stakeholders of the group (clients, employees, suppliers, partners...) in accordance with the principles of sustainable development.

Fideliance currently employs 325 people and has 29 partners. With a turnover of more than 35 million euros and around 5,000 clients, Fideliance is one of the top 30 independent firms in France. Basedin the Ile de France region, the firm is the leader in the Seine et Marne department and counts 19 local offices.

As an independent member of the world's 8th largest audit, accounting, and consulting network, Crowe Global, Fideliance can assist its clients in nearly 130 countries.

325

Employees

28

Partners

19

Offices

5382

Clients

5 REASONS

TO TRUST FIDELIANCE

HISTORICAL

BACKGROUND

2021

Intégration of two new partners : Céline ROUX, chartered accountant and certified public accountant and Xavier LARBALETTE, information systems director.

2020

Integration of the Action Expertise firms to reinforce legaland non-profitdepartments of the group.
Integration of the firm Cogexfi with a new location in Marne la Vallée and a new partner Stéphane MARTORANA.
Integration of two new partners: Chawki MADAOUI and Stéphane BEAS, specialised in Risk Consulting.

2019

Integration of two new partners: Théau ACCARY and Pierre-Yves CHANUT, specialising in asset management.
Opening of an office in Lieusaint.

2018

Creation of Fideliance Patrimoine.
Creation of Fideliance Digital through the acquisition of CCIG.

2016

Integration of Arnaud AUDO who becomes partner.

2015

Consolidation of the Chelles and Villeparisis practices and move to new premises at 48-50, boulevard Chilpéric in Chelles.
Relocation of the Ferté-sous-Jouarre offices from 8 rue Pelletiers to the "Les Deux Rivières" residence at 2, place du Mémorial.
Creation of a company domiciliation service under the name GFP Développement.

2014

Merger of all the firms under the same name "Fideliance". Integration of new partners: Jean-François Cottin, Frédéric Couzereau, Jonathan Marion, Nicolas Pouzet, Victor Roque and Sophie Roux. Merger with the firms DAUGE and EXENCO.

2011

Acquisition of the Nemours and Malesherbes offices by Frédéric Couzereau (formerly ECGM)

2007

Relocation of the headquarters to 78, rue Paul Jozon, in Fontainebleau

2004

Opening of the Montereau office. Acquisition of the La Ferté-sous-Jouarre office by Emmanuelle Bersez (formerly ACF Partenaires).

2001

Maryline Brisset, chartered accountant and certified public accountant, becomes partner. Opening of the Chelles and Villeparisis offices by Michelle Renaux.

1994

Acquisition of the Melun office (formerly AEC Conseils).

1993

Opening of the Paris office at 22, rue des Taillandiers, near the Bastille.

1991

Alain Guilmont, chartered accountant and certified public accountant, becomes partner. Jean-Luc Flabeau (formerly ACF Conseils) acquires the Meaux office.

1988

Opening of the La Ferté-Alais office.

1978

Creation of the firm by Claude Cottin, located at 47, Boulevard Foch in Fontainebleau.

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