The diversity of the business sectors that make up RBA’s portfolio also offer accountants the opportunity to enlarge their knowledge of specific markets. The firm’s involvement in international assignments enables its teams to develop their skill sets in a multicultural environment and to perfect their mastery of legal systems outside of France.
Lastly, as RBA is also one of the few medium-sized firms to be called on for a large number of flagship projects (one third of the firm’s activity), employees can carry out assignments that will allow them to open their minds and deepen their knowledge.
During their professional development, they will be entrusted with the technical assignment supervision and managing a team. Eventually, they may be offered other career opportunities. The current associates, for example, began as RBA employees.
Team members often have the satisfaction of seeing the companies they have assisted right from the start become true success stories after a few years, conquering international markets, with the support of the firm, that are essential to their growth.
RBA’s employees are fortunate in benefitting from the proximity of the management team, as soon as they are hired.
Accessibility, availability and dialog are the key words that dictate the attitude of each partner in everyday life. The transfer of knowledge is, in fact, in their eyes one of the key factors of the firm’s success. They assume that in order to guide a client well, you have to be well guided yourself. The partners are therefore committed to team members, establishing relationships with each one based on exchange and trust. At RBA, we believe in free speech. Annual assessments are carried out in a concerted and consensual manner by the leadership team which is totally committed to reviewing each and every employee’s work. Dialog has always formed part of the best practice procedure established at the firm’s birth. Last but not least, the firm is committed to promoting equal opportunities.