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Former president of French institute becomes BDO France managing partner

The former president of the French Institute (OEC – Ordre des Experts-Comptables) Philippe Arraou will become BDO France managing partner by the end of the year, International Accounting Bulletin has learnt.

Arraou’s two firms, one located in France and one in Spain, are joining the BDO International network and Arraou will take over Michel Léger as managing partner.

International Accounting Bulletin understands that IFAC president Rachel Grimes will announce the news today (7 September 2017) to the IFAC board of which Arraou is a member, and that the appointment will be officialised at a press conference in Paris on 14 September.

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