Across the EU and in third countries BDO Member Firms have been working very successfully on EU programs for many years. Building on this legacy of outstanding work, BDO EU Procurement Desk was opened in Brussels in 2014 to coordinate the delivery of BDO services to the EU institutions.
Ours is a people business. Our Member Firms are part of BDO because they believe in our vision; to be the leader for exceptional client service. Being the leader for exceptional client service is not about trying to reinvent our profession’s approach to service, but about doing things exceptionally well – and delivering that consistently locally and globally. Rooted in a strong European culture BDO is one of the major companies in Europe within audit and advisory services. With 111 000 employees globally and more than 35 000 in Europe and a strong public sector track record, BDO has the skills and experience to support the European Union and its institutions.
Our success is built upon commitment, accountability, anticipation, trust and a clear demonstration of reliability. Big global networks can all look the same but they do not think the same - and they certainly do not all feel the same to their clients. Technical excellence is a given at BDO, but what matters most to us is how our clients experience us.
As one of the world’s largest audit and advisory networks, BDO offers the full range of professional services combined with the ability to manage international, multidisciplinary teams. All provided by dedicated EU Teams with experience in delivering exceptional client service to European Institutions.
In a unique European space, we offer the strength and capabilities of a major network combined with exceptional client service robustness, proximity and flexibility. Our EU clients include most EU institutions in Brussels, Frankfurt and Luxembourg, as well as agencies in EU countries.
BDO also works for many years for other international public organizations such as the World Bank, the United Nations, the African Development Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development