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The road from principles to practice: Today’s challenges for business in respecting human rights is a global report by The Economist Intelligence Unit sponsored by Mazars and a group of organisations including multinational companies, a law firm, governments, NGOs and business groups.
Support services for buyers and suppliers. An independent, objective, equitable, transparent & defensible advice from out procurement team.
This Guidebook is intended to make the European Audit Reform more accessible to you by helping you understand the main changes in the Directive and Regulation.
We must build a resilient firm that's in it for the long haul in order to sustain business, writes Mark Kennedy of Mazars.
The Mazars external employee motivation surveys seek to identify the level of motivation that employees are experiencing in the Irish marketplace today and the views of employees in Ireland on how best to motivate them.
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.
Not-for-profit organisations must change the way they report, says Mark Kennedy. A lot has been said and written in recent months in relation to the Not-for-Profit (NFP) / charity sector. Much more print will no doubt be consumed before the dust settles on what has been for some an unpleasant and for many a very damaging period.
The introduction of the Central Bank’s new regulations for firms holding client monies is fast approaching and firms under its scope need to be ready for the challenges it will ultimately bring.
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.
SPECIAL ISSUE : BANKING SUPERVISION Depending on the countries and currency areas concerned, central banks may be asked to fight inflation (and sometimes unemployment) and to encourage growth, but they are also required to monitor the resilience of the banking system through the supervision and control of solvency and liquidity.
Operating internationally offers the potential for businesses to develop and expand, but this is not without its risks. Doing business overseas has its highs and lows, but can be intimidating, especially for SMEs and start-ups. It is important that a company researches the market it is trying to break into before making a decision.
Mazars are recognised pension auditors and advisers with vast experience in the provision of high quality services for pension schemes, be they defined contribution, defined benefit or hybrid pension schemes.
Mazars has a long-standing commitment to the principle that audit and accountancy firms, by virtue of our role in relation to the accountability of public interest entities, should hold themselves to the highest standards of transparency and accountability.
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.
Mazars blog explores a wide range of issues impacting businesses in Ireland today. The aim of this blog is to stimulate debate on key issues.
In contrast to other sectors, the dynamic and exciting information and communications technology (“ ICT”) industry is experiencing fast-paced growth and constant evolution. In recent times, Ireland has gained a reputation as a leading European hub for software development across diverse markets such as systems software, e-learning, healthcare, telecommunications, gaming and banking.
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.
We provide specialist expertise to help clients overcome key challenges whether they are based internationally and are looking to invest in Ireland, or are based in Ireland, looking to trade or invest overseas.
Are you thinking of setting up a business in Ireland? Then download our China Desk brochure which will give you an insight on why you should choose Ireland and how Mazars can help you.
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.
Our October edition of Tax Pulse outlines gift tax/inheritance tax issues that should be considered if you receive a gift or an inheritance.