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STCPartners rebrands as Andersen Tax & Legal


STCPartners has taken on the Andersen brand as part of its full membership of the global association. The French firm joined Andersen Global more than four years ago.

Founded in 2005, Andersen Tax & Legal in France offers clients bespoke services on diverse shareholding structures and investments in sectors such as real estate, pharmaceuticals, finance and private equity. Managing Partners Hervé-Antoine Couderec, Delphine Bariani and Pierre Bouley lead the Paris-based firm.

STCPartners was one of the first non-US firms to join Andersen Tax, as the US firm launched its global strategy and sought out alliances with European firms. Today Andersen Global has a presence in more than 100 countries worldwide.

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