Governance Framework in Mazars
The Irish Executive has responsibility for setting Mazars’ national strategy, within the overarching framework of the international strategy.
Mazars in Ireland has committed to applying the Irish Audit Firm Governance Code (“the Code”) published by Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board and Chartered Accountants Ireland. Our support for that commitment to the professionalism, openness and risk management principles of the Code is set out in our published Transparency Report and other sections of our website. We are committed to dialogue about matters covered by the Code and you can read more about this here .
Mazars’ governance structures and management set an appropriate tone at the top through policies and practices. We seek to maintain a culture of openness which encourages people to consult and share problems, knowledge and experience in order to achieve quality work in a way that properly takes the public interest into consideration.
The terms of reference for the different management and governance bodies are accessible here.
Irish Executive Committee (“the Executive”)
Independent Non Executives
Mazars first elected Denise Fletcher as an independent non executive to its Group Governance Council (GGC), which has between 8 and 16 elected members, in December 2011.
In 2019 Frank Bournois was elected as an independent non executive