The RSM network is one of the largest networks of independent accounting and consulting firms worldwide and we pride ourselves on our reputation for acting fairly and ethically wherever we do business. Our reputation is built on our values as a network of firms, the values of our employees and our collective commitment to acting with integrity throughout our network.

To achieve our vision, everyone at RSM works to protect our reputation and deliver service in a way that is aligned with what our clients and the marketplace have come to expect from our firm. Our Code of Conduct outlines the standards of ethical behaviour for which we hold each other responsible. Grounded in our firm’s core values of respect and uncompromising integrity, succeeding together, excellence in all we do, impactful innovation and acting responsibly, the code is tied to our rich history and serves as a guide for our actions.  



RSM condemns corruption in all its forms and we will not tolerate it in the businesses of our member firms or in those we do business with.

Our own internal codes of conduct set out in detail how we as an organisation should behave. In dealing with any of our business partners and clients, we expect you to have in place your own procedures to deal with bribery and corruption and that your organisation (as well as those working for it) will be at all times compliant with relevant anti-bribery legislation.


At RSM Belgium, we value transparency and want to make sure you are satisfied. Our comprehensive Terms and Conditions outline the rights, responsibilities and expectations for both parties. By familiarising yourself with these guidelines, we aim to ensure a smooth and mutually beneficial journey. Trust and clarity are at the heart of our commitment to you.


As a firm that performs statutory audits of annual accounts or consolidated accounts of public-interest entities, among others, we publish our annual transparency report in accordance with the requirements of Regulation 537/2014 of the European Union on specific requirements for statutory audits of public-interest entities and in accordance with article 23 of the law of 7 December 2016 on the organisation of the profession and the public supervision of statutory auditors.

You can consult our transparency reports via this link.

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