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e-VAT plus

S.A.S with a capital of 1 000 €
RCS de Paris n° 894 961 911
VAT FR47894961911



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Xavier Amiel


Certified public accountant.

Frédéric Fayout


An international business lawyer, Frédéric specializes in assisting French and foreign companies with all their financial and corporate issues (Mergers & Acquisitions, corporate finance, project financing, etc.).

Founder and President of an investment fund specialized in the financing of small and medium-sized companies in France and Europe, Frédéric advises French and foreign companies in their financial strategy.

He is a regular speaker at HEC Entrepreneurs.

Jean-Marie Ferrando


Jean-Marie is a specialist in financial audit and mediation.

He is a company director and former national vice-president of the French Institute of Chartered Accountants and vice-president of the French National Association of Statutory Auditors.

Paul Continente


A certified public accountant and statutory auditor, Paul specializes in consulting, auditing and financial strategy for French and international companies.

He is an expert on the tax consolidation system inherent to groups and is a former associate lecturer at the University of Toulouse 1 Capitole.

Petronela Caso

Founder and CEO of e-VATplus

  • She personally advises the firm's clients and manages all its activities
  • As a specialist in VAT issues and regulations at the European level, she brings to companies her unique expertise in the implementation of the European VAT Directive and the modernization of VAT systems.
  • Prior to creating e-VATplus, Petronela worked for several years with a number of international companies within the Deloitte group and was subsequently involved in the management, development and optimization of several renowned tax representation firms.
  • Petronela is a European citizen. She is convinced that the harmonization of the various national regulations represents an important vector for the growth of the European economy. Harmonized EU-wide regulations, accompanied by technological tools, can lead to a significant increase in the turnover of intra-EU trade.
  • It is regularly consulted by the European authorities on VAT issues. It provides companies with its knowledge and understanding of the European vision of international trade.