Frankfurt, Germany

The Hub of Our German Operations

Situated in the vibrant and culturally-diverse city of Frankfurt, our German office is long-established and is responsible for advising both local firms and multinationals with German payroll and tax requirements.

A solid, dynamic and driven work philosophy makes our Frankfurt office extraordinarily effective in delivering our services to customers.

The culture in our Frankfurt office is driven by our company values and team members are renowned for their professionalism and businesslike attitude. The team strive on their superb record helping organizations with their complex global payroll and global mobility needs. They are focused on being collaborative and attentive, doing the best possible job for our customers, automatically delivering service excellence.

The perfect location

Only a short distance from the charming shores of the river Main and conveniently located near major international airport Frankfurt am Main, our Frankfurt premises enjoy a favourable position in the fifth largest city in Germany and one of the world’s leading financial centres. It is from this metropolis that our German team manage customers in key sectors including: Automotive, Chemical, Defence & Aerospace, Education, Food & Drink, Investment, Luxury Goods, Real Estate, Retail, Technology and many more.

Our German Office

Frankfurt, Germany Isarstrasse 4, 65451 Kelsterbach, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

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News and insights

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