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Recent Revisions to TFRS for NPAEs (2022)
Discover the key implications of the revised TFRS for NPAEs for financial reporting, disclosure, and business processes. Mazars' analysis sheds light on how these changes may impact your business.
Mazars in Thailand corporate brochure
You will find here our corporate brochure to provide you with an overview of who we are and the services we offer.
Sustainability reporting in Asia: Are the EU’s initiatives the benchmark for ESG disclosure in the region?
Corporate sustainability reporting is now a strategically important space that impacts corporate valuations, supply chains, and business models. However, a lack of convergence of regulatory frameworks in Europe and Asia is hampering transparency, reporting quality, comparability, and investment and trade objectives. In our latest sustainability report, we aim to provide a better understanding of the EU’s sustainability reporting landscape and how it compares to four key Asian jurisdictions: Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Singapore.
APAC corporate secretarial newsletter 2023 vol.1
As businesses expand their operations into new countries, it brings a wealth of opportunities but also creates compliance risks. With its economies driving global growth, Asia Pacific (APAC) is an inviting region for multinational corporations seeking expansion. Each jurisdiction in the region has its own rules and regulations so getting compliance right is a challenge faced by businesses of all sizes. To minimize these challenges, our APAC corporate secretarial newsletter provides information on how to ensure compliance on an international scale and helps businesses gain comprehensive insights into the business landscape across APAC.
Mazars deals advisory in Asia Pacific 2022 highlights
Asia Pacific (APAC) is an important driver of the global economy. For businesses looking to expand and invest overseas, the region offers attractive and immense opportunities for growth.
APAC Corporate secretarial newsletter 2023 vol.2
Our APAC corporate secretarial newsletter serves as a valuable resource to enhance your understanding and ensure compliance with the evolving regulatory environment. We bring you the latest updates on corporate secretarial matters across the region. As we navigate through the dynamic business landscape, companies and professionals must stay informed about regulatory changes, compliance requirements, and best practices in corporate governance. In this newsletter, we aim to provide you with valuable insights and updates from various countries in the APAC region.
Brochure for Transfer-pricing Services in Thailand
The stricter Thai TP documentation requirements are effective from 1 January 2021. It is important, that taxpayers review their TP policies to ensure they comply with the arm’s length principle and to be aware of the stricter TP documentation requirements to avoid additional tax assessments and penalties.
Doing M&A in Asia Pacific
Seeking opportunities outside their country of origin is a part of the growth journey for many businesses. By opening up new markets and connecting with new customers, businesses can increase their sales and profits, while spreading their risk by not having to rely on any one single market.
IFRS 15: Disclosures - A Closer Look
Following the publication of the first annual consolidated IFRS financial statements applying IFRS 15, we examined the financial reporting (financial statements and other elements of financial communication) of a sample of 70 European groups at 31 December 2018. This has enabled us to identify the key lessons to be learned on some of the major issues relating to disclosures required in the notes.
IFRS 16: Disclosures - A Closer Look
IFRS 16 – Leases came into effect on 1 January 2019. The first interim financial statements, which are usually presented in a condensed format in accordance with IAS 34 – Interim Financial Reporting, must take account of the implementation of the new standard. We take a closer look this month at the disclosure required in the first interim financial statements.