Tax consultant Peter Rasch from Bremen grew up in the Netherlands and completed his studies in Münster. After interesting professional stations, among others at Price Waterhouse Cooper, he opened his own office in 1996. He has extensive tax expertise, but his interest is not only in numbers, but also in people.
In 2005, he therefore began further training to become a mediator. The interest was initially of a more general nature, but after a short time he found that understanding and resolving conflicts became a true passion for him. "The possibilities of mediation immediately excited me," says Rasch. "After all, what could be better than settling disputes and getting people talking to each other again? That's especially nice in family situations, especially when children are involved." That's why he regularly offers his service at special rates to families who couldn't actually afford professional mediation.
The experience and language skills he gained during his childhood in the Netherlands now benefit his clients from both countries, whom he guides through the arbitration process in an intercultural and bilingual manner.