It would be Mazars. Because the place and the people looked more fun to work with. In 1986, a fresh graduate from HEC, one of Europe’s leading business schools, Herve had to make a final choice between THE firm, Arthur Andersen, and Mazars. Good call, indeed.
30 years later, Herve is still in a good mood, though he went through some of the most demanding leadership jobs in our partnership. Signing partner of some of Mazars’ largest clients, including BNP Paribas from 2000 to 2009, he has served as the leader of the audit service line, of the Global Business Unit PIE (since 2009) as well as the Managing Partner of Mazars in France, combined with the role of Group co-CEO since 2012.
A founding father of Mazars University, his primary focus on making Mazars a great place to work for is reflected in his permanent commitment to the development of Mazars’ talent strategy.