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Support services for buyers and suppliers. An independent, objective, equitable, transparent & defensible advice from out procurement team.
Incentivising your management team. In today’s competitive environment, it is vital that your business is managed by a team committed to delivering results, growing the business and making it a success.
Our team consists of tax specialists, accountants and economists which ensures that we provide, develop and implement customised transfer pricing solutions that fit with our clients' commercial and tax strategies.
Transfer pricing is considered to be the most important tax issue facing multinational businesses today. The escalating variety and volume of intercompany transactions is accompanied by increasing enforcement activities at an international level.
Against a background of a new, and as yet still emerging, regulatory framework, increasing stakeholder demands, ever-growing public scrutiny and a global shift in what constitutes good quality reporting, the charity sector faces significant challenge.
Using a risk based approach to provide value added services across 'non regulated' sectors. For reporting periods on or after 15 June 2011 the widely used SAS 70 report on controls at a service organization will no longer apply.
Mazars Research and Development Tax Group offer a unique brand of scientific and tax advice to a large number of international and indigenous companies on research and development tax credit services.
Energy is now a major political and economic challenge. High oil prices, volatile commodity prices, insecure supplies due to geopolitical uncertainties, the scarcity of resources in the context of booming demand from emerging countries, and the concerns raised by global warming are many reasons are impacting the changing global energy landscape.
Welcome to our series of US desk tax newsletters. These will provide insights on current topical tax issues and discuss how they will affect you.
Welcome to the first issue of the Mazars European U.S. Tax Desk Newsletter.
The banking sector is currently undergoing some of the most significant changes in its history. Recent events are creating market conditions in which financial institutions will have to focus on both fundamental balance sheet management and innovative approaches to capturing funding and realising profitability.
The revised Payment Services Directive (“PSD2”) is expected to accelerate disruption to traditional Banking models by opening up the Banking system and customer bank accounts to FinTechs.
The new EU regulations on audit reform which have been implemented across all EU Member States will greatly change the interactions of Public Interest Entities (PIEs) and their auditors, this note will give you all the information necessary to prepare for the changes ahead.
In the recent Programme for a Partnership Government, the Irish Government included a commitment to explore the mechanisms through which Irish SMEs can reward key employees with share options and other share incentives in a tax efficient way.
2014-2015 was a remarkable year for Mazars, with an outstanding 15.9% growth and a 1.25 Bn € turnover, proving its robustness and resilience in a fast-transforming world. The Group also celebrated the 20th anniversary of its international integrated partnership, a unique model which has allowed Mazars to become an influential challenger in the audit, accounting, advisory, tax and legal services industry, present on all continents.
Although the EAR is primarily aimed at EU entities, the rules also affect entities based outside of the EU. EU-based subsidiaries of non-EU companies which meet the definition of an EU PIE must comply.
As an active supporter of the EU Audit Reform since its inception, we will continue to share expert insight on the developments of this reform and the future of the audit market profession in Europe.
The recognition given to joint audit within the new regulation reinforces the idea that the system is a proven and valued option. As an expert on joint audit, we invite you to learn more about its concept, its methods and its associated benefits.
Often misunderstood, our aim is to demystify joint audit by addressing some frequently asked questions.
The Mazars EAR Help Desk is intended to provide you with additional information and support around the EU legislation and its implementation in the various Member States. We will help you clarify questions and provide you with guidance on how to best position yourself in the new legislative environment.
Our goal is to shed some light on the EU Audit Reform (EAR) by providing you with a thorough understanding of its objectives and the major changes it introduces to the audit market. In this regard, we seek to accompany you during the transitional period and provide you with the necessary support to prepare— in an informed and timely manner— for this new market environment. We will keep you updated on Member State implementation laws as they are being adopted.
The EAR was launched following the 2008 global financial crisis. Though banks, rating agencies and hedge funds were the primary suspects, the European Commission (EC) also raised the issue of the role of auditors and their failure to detect the necessary warning signs leading up to the crisis. We invite you to learn more about why the EC adopted this reform in 2014 and what this means for the European audit market.
The EAR introduces some noteworthy changes in the European audit market, that have an effect on businesses all over Europe, particularly Public Interest Entities (PIEs). One of the most important changes is the mandatory rotation requirement for auditors of PIEs. We invite you to learn more about these changes and assess how they affect your organization.
The EAR both introduces mandatory rotation requirements for the Statutory Auditor of PIEs and promotes the practice of joint audit.
The EAR introduces a list of prohibited non-audit services and institutes a threshold for permitted non-audit services.