Mazars, the integrated and independent international organisation specialising in audit, accountancy, tax, legal and consulting services, 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.
The firm Roever Broenner Susat joins Mazars’ International Integrated Partnership. As part of its global growth strategy, Mazars constantly strives to identify and integrate top talents from firms that share its values and demonstrate excellence and continued professionalism.
Mazars is pleased to announce its participation in the “The Good Bank” initiative, a global programme led by The Economist Group which will develop public thinking on what makes a socially engaged bank a successful business.
The Asia-Pacific Enterprise Leadership Awards (APELA) rewards the companies for their corporate social responsibility projects. Mazars China received the eco-advocate award.
Jonathan McMahon, Global Head of Bank Regulation & Restructuring was interviewed by CNBC on the topic of the European banking union.
The European Commission’s announcement of 12 September 2012 is designed – as part of a package of wider measures - to create the conditions in which the Eurozone’s creditor member states can provide financial assistance to banks in weaker member states. Whether it achieves this objective will be a function of politics, not EC legislation. In our view, the important issue for banks is how the proposals will affect how they are regulated. As this is not immediately obvious, nor necessarily contained in the EC’s announcement, this note summarises what these latest regulatory changes could mean in practice for banks.
Please find here the new location of Mazars Japan K.K., Mazars WB Audit Corporation, Mazars Tax Corporation, Mazars Administrative Scrivener Corporation
Mazars Japan launched a Facebook page joining Mazars Group and other Mazars offices including Thailand, Russia and Romania.
Mazars speaks on IFRS implementation
IFRS Update - IFRS in Japan by Pascal Jauffret