Success without borders

As an integrated professional services firm, Rödl & Partner is active at 108 wholly-owned locations in 50 countries. Our clients trust 4500 colleagues in the service lines audit, legal, management and IT consulting, tax consulting as well as tax declaration/BPO.

What sets us apart

Rödl & Partner is not a collection of accountants, auditors, lawyers, management and tax consultants working in parallel. We work together, closely interlinked across all service lines. We think from a market perspective, from a client’s perspective, where a project team possesses all the capabilities to be successful and to realize the client’s goals.

Our interdisciplinary approach is not unique, nor is our global reach or particularly strong presence among family businesses. It is the combination cannot be found anywhere else – a firm that is devoted to comprehensively supporting German businesses, wherever in the world they might be.


Kenya: Nullification of Presidential Election

21.09.2017 ›››

M&A Yearbook 2016

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Rödl & Partner continues to grow in 2016 – focus on international transactions and interdisciplinary advisory expertise

Press release, 16.05.2017 ›››

Rödl & Partner advises Heidelberg Engineering on the acquisition of the UK’s Medisoft Ltd.

Press release, 18.04.2017 ›››

Rödl & Partner advises Erkat Spezialmaschinen und Service GmbH on Business Disposal to Atlas Copco

Press release, 20.01.2017 ›››

Information regarding our service lines in the United States of America:

In Focus

The firm factbook informs you about the roots, beliefs and goals of Rödl & Partner.

The 55 countries of Africa have taken the centre stage of the global investment agenda...

"Each and every person counts" – to the Castellers and to us. 

A survey of corporate client advisors and M&A advisors around the world concerning the M&A activities of German family-owned companies inside and outside Germany.

A day completely dedicated to your international engagement.
Take a look around the world!

Some final outcomes with special regard to transfer pricing are summarized.