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Double digit growth reflects strength, balance and sustainability of Mazars’ integrated business model and strategy
2 February 2022: Mazars, the international audit, tax and advisory firm, today announces fee income of €2.1bn in its 2020/2021 financial year (1 September 2020 – 31 August 2021), representing a 12.3% increase (excluding forex impact of -1.6%) compared to the previous financial year. The increase in fee income comprises strong organic growth (9.4%), complemented by external growth of 2.7%.
Global Goals Yearbook 2018: Using the SDGs to Add Value to Business
When the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the 169 targets were launched, the message was clear to all stakeholders of the world – governments, regulators, companies, and populations – we need to do more to protect the world for future generations. So where are we now, and how are companies reacting to this brave new world? Mazars’ Global Sustainability Leadership Team explores this and more in the Global Goals Yearbook 2018.
Mazars and King’s College London launch LL.M in International Tax Law
Mazars, the international accounting and advisory firm, has partnered with The Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London, to offer a specialised LL.M (Master in Laws) in International Tax Law delivered through an advanced online learning environment. Mazars is the first firm to offer its employees this LL.M in International Tax Law, which is exclusively open to Mazars tax professionals for the first two years. The inaugural cohort includes participants from four continents.
The first ten years of Mazars in Mexico: The vortex of time
As my time progresses, I see it coming and passing, every time faster for me as well as for others. It is not surprising, but does draw my attention that the same happens to people who are in their thirties and even some who are still in their twenties. It is not an issue of age: the speed of our evolution, the technological advances, the instantaneousness through which we can access information and discard it, the stress of arriving..., the pressure to achieve... the distances we travel. All of this coincides in imprinting a speed on our lives that, being very honest, I believe we do have to learn to live, but we also have to learn to control. We cannot miss the opportunity to savor our own lives, made out of moments.
Mazars launches new Financial Services blog
We are delighted to announce the launch of our brand-new blogging platform for the Financial Services sector: Mazars Financial Services blog.
Mazars launches its first Aeroclub edition in Mexico
On June 14, Mazars launched its first Aeroclub edition in Mexico, which took place at the Club de Industriales de Querétaro with a panel of experts from the aerospace sector who discussed the topic: RAMP-UP, challenges and opportunities.
Mazars is the proud top sponsor of the 2017 Peter Drucker Challenge
After seven years of loyal support for the Peter Drucker Challenge, Mazars is proud to be the top sponsor of the essay contest that honours the late visionary management consultant Peter Drucker.
Mazars announces annual growth of 15.9% together with a strategic merger in China
Mazars announces 2014-2015 fiscal year results of €1.252bn. This figure is up 15.9% from last year, driven by 6.0% organic growth, 6.0% external growth – in particular from the merger with Roever Broenner Susat in early 2015 – and a 3.9% Forex effect.
Mazars attends OECD BEPS Action 7 Consultation
On 21 January, 2015 Mazars’ Global Tax Policy Team participated in the public consultation meeting, held by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris, to present Mazars’ comments on the Discussion Draft on Action 7 of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan. Mazars’ International Tax Policy Team welcomes the progress that the OECD has made to date and was very pleased to provide our input on the Discussion Draft. Mazars' comments are published on the OECD website.
Mazars welcomes European audit reform
Launched in 2010, the legislative process of the European Audit Reform reached an end as the new Regulation and the amended Directive were voted in by the European Parliament on April 3rd, 2014.This reform was adopted after an intense and fruitful debate between all interested stakeholders and market players applying different legislations and market practices.