News Update from Mazars Global
You will find here a series of summaries providing an overview of useful regulations, processes and issues for Doing Business in Thailand.
Acting now for what’s next: 2021/2022 annual report
As the world continues to navigate change, societal expectations are shifting, and organisations must keep up with the growing call to transform their operations to be more sustainable, comply with increasing regulations and meet new quality standards. At Mazars, we are prepared to not only rise to the challenge and invest where it counts for our firm and people, but also to support our clients within this evolving landscape to make the decisions that will set them up for success.
IFRS 16 : key points of the lease standard
Mazars Insight "IFRS 16: key points of the lease standard, in 80 questions & answers" gathers and pedagogically presents all the knowledge necessary for the accounting of leases.
Mazars’ record global revenues confirm strength of its international, integrated, multidisciplinary strategy
14 February 2023: Mazars, the international audit, tax and advisory firm, today releases its global financial results for the 2021/2022 financial year, highlighting double-digit year-on-year growth of 16.4%, reaching €2.45bn in fee income. The increase in revenue comprises strong growth across all regions and services, both audit and non-audit (full details below).
Mazars’ C-suite barometer 2021 in APAC
At the end of 2021, our annual C-suite barometer surveyed over 1,000 executives around the globe, including around 200 from the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. The research reveals the latest issues and developments that our clients in the APAC region are facing, allowing us to respond to their opportunities and challenges and support their businesses.
Time for action: Mazars C-suite barometer 2021
At the close of 2021, our C-suite barometer showed businesses were emerging from the pandemic with a sense of confidence and resilience. They were confident in their ability to respond to the trends ahead, expecting to transform their businesses and planning to invest. ESG is now firmly on the C-suite agenda and businesses are making public commitments on a range of ESG topics. But are businesses able to action their strategies?
Supporting people in an indefensible war
It has been over a week now that we have been horrified by the dramatic and shocking events following the invasion of Ukraine by Russian state troops, which have led to a serious war situation in Europe. A week where we have watched our staff running from their bombarded office or homes to find a shelter; or escaping with their children and families to reach neighbouring countries where other Mazars colleagues offer hospitality. We are appalled by the humanitarian tragedy and the major threat this violation of international law poses to peace in Europe and beyond.
Investing in CEE: Inbound M&A report 2021/2022
Despite concerns about Covid-19, resurgent inflation and rising energy prices, 2021 saw robust dealmaking across the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region. CEE’s diverse markets and abundant targets are increasingly attractive to both domestic and inbound investors. This publication offers an overview of inbound M&A activity in the CEE region throughout 2021, and looks ahead to the opportunities and challenges in the coming months.
Mazars' integrated business model and strategy
2 February 2022: Mazars, the international audit, tax and advisory firm, today announces fee income of €2.1bn in its 2020/2021 financial year (1 September 2020 – 31 August 2021), representing a 12.3% increase (excluding forex impact of -1.6%) compared to the previous financial year. The increase in fee income comprises strong organic growth (9.4%), complemented by external growth of 2.7%.
Responsible banking practices: benchmark study 2021
Financial institutions increasingly recognise that climate change and other environmental, social and corporate governance risks jeopardise the world’s economy and financial system.
Doing M&A in Western Europe: Tax traps and structuring opportunities
With its place in Europe and its integration in the EU, Western Europe tends to be less of a source of tax uncertainties. But conducting business in this area can be a challenge regarding tax environments which are not that similar.