Mazars Group announces 2018 financial results
31 January 2019
The company’s 2018 Yearbook highlights a year of global growth and expansion and offers a vision for securing sustainable growth in a complex, fast-paced world
Mazars, the international, integrated and independent audit and consulting firm specialising in audit, accountancy, tax, legal and advisory services, today released its 2018 Yearbook citing total global revenues of €1.6 billion, representing an annual increase of 8.7 percent. Since 2013, Mazars has increased its global turnover by more than 50 percent.
Mazars has also strengthened its teams in Australia, France and Nigeria, and expanded its global footprint this year, welcoming new members into its international integrated partnership in Palestine, Saudi Arabia and Slovenia, enabling the firm to better serve local and multinational clients alike.
Today, Mazars comprises 23,000 professionals and over 1,000 partners, working across 310 offices in 89 countries and territories. For the past 75 years, Mazars has experienced continuous, uninterrupted growth, which the firm credits to its unique, internationally integrated model.
“This year’s financial results underscore the resilience and effectiveness of our unique partnership model. In the last 25 years, we have been able to grow more than tenfold, from €100 million to €1.6 billion in global revenues, without ever losing our values or compromising our founding principles,” said Mazars Chairman and CEO Hervé Hélias.
Against a backdrop of unprecedented change, Mazars is accelerating its own transformation to better help its clients confidently navigate a complex world. The firm is committed to being ‘MazarsForGood’ – a global citizen devoted to having a positive impact on the world and communities in which we operate.
Hélias added, “we believe performance and responsibility go hand in hand. We are determined to continue to acquire new expertise and new talent to best serve our clients and to enhance our capabilities to foster growth for the common good.”