In partnership with the Economist Intelligence Unit, Mazars has developed a unique programme of thought leadership to examine the current challenges the Financial Services industry is facing. The series of articles focuses on the current transformation of the financial services industry and its likely shape in the future from three different but related perspectives: technological, regulatory and business model transformation.
The Economist Intelligence Unit wrote a series of articles sponsored by Mazars focusing on five challenges facing SMEs venturing abroad for the first time. While the challenges of operating in an unfamiliar environment are daunting, they offer SMEs tremendous potential.
As corporate organisations respond to strategic challenge and uncertainty, boards must adapt to successfully steer business toward long-term sustainable success.
Mazars’ 2016 Yearbook, part of the Group’s 2015-2016 Annual Report, is a journey through topics that are of paramount importance to us: leadership and entrepreneurship. Each article can be read alone, but all are closely tied to the concept of a Modern Firm. In order to illustrate this concept, we have chosen to explore four attributes, which define a modern firm: discerning, knowledge-intensive, agile and sustainable. Join our staff, our partners, our clients and all our other guests in this journey, from Rotterdam to Shanghai via Milan and Casablanca.
Mazars is pleased to announce the release of the 2016 edition of the official publication of the G20 research Group. G20 China: The Hangzhou Summit serves as an authoritative forum for debate on the issues at the top of the G20 agenda and the challenges facing governments and the global business community; featuring exclusive articles written by the G20 leaders and high-profile figures from government, business, NGOs and international organisations.
Mazars’ Head of Board Practice, Anthony Carey, has released a thought-provoking document on the importance of board culture and its role in achieving sustainable success.
As part of our in-depth look at digital finance in partnership with the Economist Intelligence Unit, in this new article we explore how mobile money is driving Africa’s cashless future.
Mazars recognises digitisation as an important topic for the financial services industry, so we have developed this report in conjunction with the Economist Intelligence Unit, in which we focus on how banks, insurance and real estate businesses are adapting their risk and reporting procedures to the new digital environment.
The Mazars Group annual report of 2014/15 shows it was a remarkable year for Mazars globally, in which we achieved growth of 15.9% and continued creating shared value with our clients and the community.