Transparency Report 2022
As the world continues to navigate change, societal expectations are shifting, and organisations must keep up with the growing call to transform their operations to be more sustainable, comply with increasing regulations and meet new quality standards. At Mazars, we are prepared to not only rise to the challenge and invest where it counts for our firm and people, but also to support our clients within this evolving landscape to make the decisions that will set them up for success.
We pride ourselves on our independent perspective: one that balances local and global, business and society, in a different way. We provide insights on the future of our profession and its role in building a fair and prosperous world. Through our publications, we highlight and share our views on the major changes that will impact the lives and business models of our clients, as well as on the megatrends that will reshape our world.
The maximum insurance income became BGN 3,400 as of April 1
As the world begins to emerge from the pandemic, the call for a more sustainable future has never been stronger. Businesses are facing increased pressure to grow more responsibly and sustainably, and Mazars remains more committed than ever to answering this call.
Комисията за публичен надзор над регистрираните одитори, със съдействието на Мазарс, организира международна конференция на тема „Съвместният одит в България – 4 години по-късно“ на 08 април 2022 г. от 09:30 ч. в хибриден формат – чрез пряко участие в зала „Здравец“ на хотел „Балкан“, град София, или чрез видео-конферентна връзка.
Despite concerns about Covid-19, resurgent inflation and rising energy prices, 2021 saw robust dealmaking across the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region. CEE’s diverse markets and abundant targets are increasingly attractive to both domestic and inbound investors. This publication offers an overview of inbound M&A activity in the CEE region throughout 2021, and looks ahead to the opportunities and challenges in the coming months.
'Let’s talk sustainability' is the Mazars podcast series that explores the evolving sustainability landscape for business. In each episode, we hear from experts on a range of environmental, social and governance issues, as they share best practices for building solid sustainability strategies and identify varied and valuable opportunities for business.
'Let’s talk with’ is the Mazars podcast series where global experts from across the academic, business and policy spectrum share their views and expertise on the issues impacting our world – and what they mean for business.
'Let’s talk luxury' is the Mazars podcast series about how and why luxury brands are undergoing a business model makeover. In each episode, luxury experts discuss what’s happening in the sector, including authenticity, circularity, new customer cohorts and retail experiences worth posting about.
‘Let’s talk Covid-19’ is the Mazars podcast series about doing business in the time of Covid-19: each episode features a different Mazars expert talking about how they have helped clients navigate the business impact of coronavirus and prepare for what comes next.
'Let’s talk' is the home of Mazars podcasts where you can hear experts discuss the issues shaping the business agenda. With different series covering the business spectrum, we share insight on economic news, policy developments and what’s next for your sector and service. Follow and listen on all major streaming platforms.
Join Mazars' flagship interactive conference “Set for change: tax transparency, a way towards sustainability" from 2 to 10 November 2021
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28/04/2021 The recently released proposal for the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) aims to create a robust common language for sustainability reporting in the EU. Adopted by the European Commission and currently making its way through the European Parliament and Council, the directive imposes common sustainability reporting standards that large businesses and listed businesses in Europe need to report on and comply with.
19/05/21 Awaited with great impatience by some, yet with caution or even concern by others, the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) adopted by the European Commission on April 21 has received a largely positive reception from many stakeholders, and rightfully so.
12/03/2021 Two recent reports mandated by the European Commission have made recommendations on the development of EU sustainability reporting standards. The publication of each signifies that positive change is coming; below, Maud Gaudry shares her insight on the future of sustainability reporting and her experience working on one of the reports.
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