At Mazars, more than ever, we believe that businesses can thrive only by creating shared value for all their stakeholders. Publishing our 2017 Yearbook is a way to take stock of what we have achieved this past year.
As a part of our 2016-2017 Annual Report, it also aims at providing a clear and global image of who we are and how we prepare the future. From open innovation to stewardship, from the future of the audit profession to our teams' perspective on the future, we have chosen to shed light from various angles on the notion of transformation.
Mazars’ 2016 Yearbook, part of the Group’s 2015-2016 Annual Report, is a journey through topics that are of paramount importance to us: leadership and entrepreneurship. Each article can be read alone, but all are closely tied to the concept of a Modern Firm. In order to illustrate this concept, we have chosen to explore four attributes, which define a modern firm: discerning, knowledge-intensive, agile and sustainable. Join our staff, our partners, our clients and all our other guests in this journey, from Rotterdam to Shanghai via Milan and Casablanca.
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.
2013/2014 Group Annual Report: “Breaking New Ground” – Welcome to the 10th edition of the Mazars Group Annual Report
“Breaking New Ground” is the embodiment of our history, the history of an organization that isn’t afraid to move forward, to be curious, to try out new tools and listen to different voices, to venture into new markets and discover new territories. At Mazars, we are convinced that the key to developing long term solutions for future generations lies in being bold. Key figures, strategies, interviews, case studies: everything you need to know about us is in the 2013/2014 edition of our Group Annual Report.
‘Paving New Ways Together’ encapsulates the Mazars way of doing business. We believe that collective intelligence is key to developing long term solutions that pave the way to sustainable growth. Key figures, strategy, interviews, case studies: everything you need to know is in the 2012/2013 edition of our Annual Report.
True to its mission of strengthening financial transparency, this is the eighth consecutive year in which Mazars is publishing an annual report, voluntarily offering the transparency which is required of all its listed client companies. Our annual report presents the major events of the past financial year, within the framework of the Group's long-term strategies.
Mazars publishes the 2010-2011 edition of its Annual Report, including global consolidated accounts on the basis of IFRS
Mazars introduces the 7th edition of its Annual Report: “Collective intelligence”. To date, Mazars is the only global audit and advisory group that publishes an annual report which includes consolidated accounts co-audited under IFRS. The Group has performed this unique exercise since 2004-2005.
Following the Group’s annual Partners Conference, which was held in Prague last December, Mazars is presenting an update to the sixth edition of its annual report.
Mazars publishes its global consolidated accounts: please find the latest version of our annual report (2009/2010)
Mazars introduces the sixth edition of its annual report. To date, Mazars is the only global audit and advisory group that publishes an annual report that includes accounts co-audited according to IFRS standards on a global level. The Group has performed this unique exercise since 2004.
Second update of the 2008/2009 Annual Report following the merger with the American audit firm Weiser, in March 2010
In March 2010, Mazars welcomes Weiser, a New York-based audit and consulting firm which is well-established in the North East of the United States, within its international integrated partnership as a natural evolution of a 10 year common history via a joint venture agreement.