ENTREPRISES & STRATÉGIES — Finance & Légal

Jimy Weyders (Founder/CEO)

“Exchange with like-minded professionals”



Jimy Weyders: “We would like to present the range of services we offer. We have strong backgrounds in servicing multinational companies, whether as providers or internally.” (Photo: Maison Moderne)

Jimy Weyders: “We would like to present the range of services we offer. We have strong backgrounds in servicing multinational companies, whether as providers or internally.” (Photo: Maison Moderne)

The Paperjam + Delano Club welcomes JW Partner as a new member. Introduction in three questions.

Can you, in a few words, summarise the activity of your company?

Jimy Weyders. —“JW Partner is an accounting and advisory firm that provides a wide range of corporate clients with top-notch accounting, corporate, tax and consulting solutions in Luxembourg. We combine proven expertise with a nimble structure to provide quality services without bureaucracy. JW Partner makes sure you are relieved of the administration that comes with operations in Luxembourg, so you can focus on your core business. We are pragmatic, accessible and results-driven professionals.

You have just joined the Paperjam + Delano Club. What are the reasons that prompted you to do this?

“We joined the Club in order to exchange with like-minded professionals and meet potential clients and suppliers. We would like to make our activities more widely known so we can serve a wider range of clients. We are also interested in keeping abreast of developments in the financial industry as well as other areas such as real estate, private equity, not to mention the related tax and regulatory updates.

What are you looking for? And what do you think you can offer the members you will meet there?

“We would like to present the range of services we offer. We have strong backgrounds in servicing multinational companies, whether as providers or internally. We would like to make available to companies top-notch services in the field of accounting and tax without what we see as the disadvantages of bigger, less lithe players.”