For Dutch multinationals and middle market entities, Germany remains – together with the emerging and growth markets – one of the most attractive countries to invest. As such, the Netherlands is one of the most important direct investors in Germany and the appetite to invest in Germany remains high. In the light of the strong economic relationships between Germany and the Netherlands and the appetite to invest in Germany we have observed a high interest from Dutch investors to gain an understanding of the differences in accounting standards between the Netherlands and Germany over the past few years and vice versa.
We are very pleased to present this first edition of our comparison between IFRS Standards, German GAAP and Dutch GAAP. We hope that this publication provides practical and insightful guidance for a better understanding of the main differences between IFRS Standards, German GAAP and Dutch GAAP.
Outsource the preparation of local statutory financial statements in Germany and further group countries to the experts of KPMG
Outsource the preparation of local statutory financial statements to the experts of KPMG