Professional services

Our specialist team has a real passion to deliver the best possible service and is committed to building a long term relationship with our professional practice clients.

We take time to understand our clients’ ambitions, their priorities and changes in the sectors in which they operate.

We tailor our advice and services as we believe this customised approach makes a long-term difference to our clients’ success.

We combine the personal touch of a smaller firm with the big experience of the very largest. This enables us to provide partner led, personal attention. Our clients, therefore, benefit from the best value for money with very experienced people delivering a first class service.

We have around 100 clients in the professional services sector and therefore a good understanding of the issues facing firms and the partners, as well as the changing regulatory requirements .

Our wealth of experience means that the “trusted advisor” role is one which has become intuitive for our people, and this confers many benefits on our clients as they progress through changes in their practice. We are innovative in the solutions we bring to professional practices.

Healthcare & Medical Services

We have a dedicated team of specialist medical accountants who strive to deliver the highest quality of client service. Each client gets partner-led attention, whatever their size, and is offered the fullest range of services including, but not limited to, accounts and business advice, taxation, superannuation and pensions. On top of that, we offer fixed prices, up front.

Legal Practices

The legal services market is changing and the introduction of Outcomes Focused Regulation (OFR) replaces the prescriptive and detailed rulebook previously followed by legal practices.

GP Practices

Mazars knows how your sector works. We act for many GP practices across the UK and understand the challenges and issues that arise in a professional practice.

Real Estate

The international real estate market has experienced significant upheaval and uncertainity since 2008. Booming property markets collapsed and the lack of liquidity and risk aversion in many jurisdications has put a dampener on growth.