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Adminex FRANCE

11, Chemin des Anciennes Vignes
69410 - Champagne au Mont d'Or
France
Tel. +33 608 31 87 57
General Manager
Nadine Blain
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Nadine Blain
Nadine BLAIN is General Manager in France. She has more than 15 years experience in international environment. She is an experimented person used to exercise financial head functions in both big international companies and small-medium size enterprises. She is used to manage small general-purpose accounting teams with a noticeable experience in controlling, budgetary control and international fiscal problematic.

As adminex General Manager in France, Nadine Blain, gives advisory services for accounting, legal, management, controlling, debt collection, payroll, human resources in order to allow companies to develop an organizational process to internationalize.

Expert in financial management, accounting and auditing.

Do you want to build on a strong basis in France? What makes today our difference and our added value for you?

More than 10 years of experience as a warranty of consistency and perenity for you.

A full package of services from basic to sophisticated services to answer to all your expectations. We can provide you an evolutive service offer from the first investigations on a market to the productivity optimization of one of your operation units.

A capacity to customize the adequate range of services to fit your company needs. We do not provide only standard service packages where you won’t get the pay back. If we need to set up some specific and tailor-made services for the follow-up of your activity in a country, we will co-design it with you.

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Do you want to build on a strong basis in France? What makes today our difference and our added value for you?

More than 10 years of experience as a warranty of consistency and perenity for you.

A full package of services from basic to sophisticated services to answer to all your expectations. We can provide you an evolutive service offer from the first investigations on a market to the productivity optimization of one of your operation units.

A capacity to customize the adequate range of services to fit your company needs. We do not provide only standard service packages where you won’t get the pay back. If we need to set up some specific and tailor-made services for the follow-up of your activity in a country, we will co-design it with you.

A unique local contact for a better understanding of your context and an easier day-to-day collaboration with your own staff. We strongly believe that only a regular direct contact with you to discuss about your controlling will enable you to pilot your operation units in the most productive way.

A pool of international experts and local presence to enable you to combine macro and micro specifications. We have settled an office in each of the major European countries and hired local managers with a strong background in international companies to support you in your internationalization projects and processes.

A large data bank of company profiles at your disposal to develop your network rapidly. We also help them to internationalize in the countries in which we are present, which saves clients from wasting valuable time seeking mediators for each specific subject area. You’re therefore able to concentrate fully on their business.

We are looking to exchange about our activities and build projects with you.

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  • France's industry minister has said he wants the European Central Bank to adjust the euro to make struggling European companies mo..
    Euro is ‘too strong, too German’: French minister

    France’s industry minister has said he wants the European Central Bank to adjust the euro to make struggling European companies more competitive.

    In an interview with French daily newspaper Le Parisien, Arnaud Montebourg said the central bank should do what every government does: “Adjust the rate in our interest.”

    “The euro is too expensive, too strong and a little too German,” Montebourg was cited as saying. “It should be a little more Italian, French, and simply European.”

    A drop of 10 percent in the euro/dollar exchange rate would increase France’s national wealth by 1.2 percent, create 120,000 jobs and reduce its deficit by 12 billion euros ($16.44 billion), he said.

    If the euro fell by 20 percent, it would create 300,000 jobs and reduce the country’s deficit by one-third, Montebourg added.

    The euro is currently trading at around $1.36. On Friday it hit a high of $1.3704, its strongest level since early February. A strong euro makes it harder for European firms to export their products.

    Montebourg lamented the fact that Europe was “the only region in the world which, five years after the crisis, has not returned to growth.”

    Source: www.leparisien.fr /www.cnbc.com

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