Each of our clients excels in their field. We offer them all our attention and expertise so that their business can thrive. We accompany and support them in the important challenges that a company faces.
Fidag offers SMEs and private individuals incomparable expertise in accounting, auditing, tax advice, and consulting services, all from local offices. Close to our clients and close to their business, we can give them a clear view of their company, so that they feel confident and can move forward.
Our team of 12 tax advisors is here to help you with the various tax issues related to restructuring, inheritance, tax returns, domiciliation, tax planning and VAT.
Fidag is one of just three fiduciary companies based in French-speaking Switzerland that has the accreditation to audit listed companies.
Whether it's setting up and evaluating ICS, support during a company transfer or due diligence, Fidag offers comprehensive advice to companies, organisations and local authorities.
Accounting services are part of Fidag's core business. We offer a comprehensive service: from the setting-up of an accounting system, to payroll accounting, tax advice, preparing VAT statements and implementing accounting standards, right through to the complete administration of a company.
With 9 offices in the cantons of Geneva, Jura, Valais and Vaud, Fidag has a strong involvement in the regional economy, which allows it to understand the identity, culture and challenges of your region better than anyone else.
FIDAG is entering into the share capital of a new entity, which will see the merger of Fiduciaire Juravenir SA and the companies of the Groupe Transjurane (Fiduciaire Transjurane SA, Audit Transjurane SA, François Chapatte S.A. and REVICOM SA) in Delémont. This merger will create the largest fiduciary company in the Canton of Jura with 35 employees. FIDAG SA, with 136 employees, consolidates its position as the leading auditing company with headquarters in French-speaking Switzerland and the 7th largest auditing company in Switzerland in terms of the number of auditing mandates.