Claire Cizaire appointed Chief Technology & Innovation Officer of Mazars

12 July 2017, Paris

Claire Cizaire joins Mazars as the organisation’s Chief Technology & Innovation Officer.

The only integrated international organisation specialising in audit and advisory services, Mazars is currently pursuing an ambitious plan for growth and transformation. The Group plans to extend and consolidate its geographical coverage while strengthening its expertise and embracing emerging digital technologies. Thanks to its unique culture of agility and entrepreneurship, Mazars has established a reputation as a trustworthy partner of both large international companies and of mid-caps who, like Mazars, are successfully scaling their operations onto a global scene. Claire will be directly involved in driving this digital transformation that aims to support a steady growth.

A GenY entrepreneur, executive and data scientist, Claire holds an MSc from the French engineering school Supélec and a PhD from MIT. She began her career in 2007 as a strategic consultant at Mars & Co in London. Claire then founded a US-based start-up specialised in pricing and yield management. In 2014, she joined VINCI to head its ESCOTA Toll Operations Department and lead VINCI Autoroutes’ group innovation strategy. Claire is fluent in English, French and Mandarin.


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About Mazars

Mazars is an international, integrated and independent organisation, specialising in audit, advisory, accounting, tax, and legal services. As of 1st January 2017, the group operates in 79 countries and draws on the expertise of 18,000 women and men to assist major international groups, SMEs, private investors and public bodies at every stage of their development. |