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Firms entering Asia can benefit from Mazars’ global audit and advisory service integrated partnership

Mazars is one of five auditing firms listed in the Fortune Global 100, an annual ranking of the world’s top 100 companies, and offers services in accounting, audit, corporate due diligence, tax compliance and advisory, financial advisory and consulting

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 10 August, 2017, 9:17am
UPDATED : Thursday, 10 August, 2017, 9:17am

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For multinational companies seeking to enter Asia-Pacific’s culturally diverse markets, young and dynamic audit and advisory practice Mazars is an ideal partner of choice. With a worldwide presence across 79 countries, multilingual customer support and a client portfolio of more than 450 listed companies, the top-ranked professional services leader is strengthening Asia’s globalisation through its expansive regional partnership.

“When companies enter Singapore, they look for a firm like ours to be their trusted advisers in areas such as payroll, accounting, tax, consulting and audit throughout Asia and the world,” says Denis Usher, managing partner. “We’re a fully integrated, highly internationalised and multidisciplinary partnership focusing on personalised service. Our ability to serve clients seamlessly across multiple locations is what makes us unique. We’re the only fully integrated firm organised this way.”

Mazars is one of five auditing firms listed in the Fortune Global 100, an annual ranking of the world’s top 100 companies. Mazars offers a comprehensive range of services in accounting, audit, corporate due diligence, tax compliance and advisory, financial advisory and consulting services.

A thought leader in conducting business in Asia, its annually published business guides help clients learn about country-specific business climates across the region. The firm aims to expand its regional footprint in financial services over the next 3 to 5 years beginning with Hong Kong, Singapore and mainland China, where it has just completed a large merger.

“The Mazars model is based on stewardship,” Usher says. “The current partners are here as caretakers of the partnership for the next generation of partners by ensuring its sustainability and legacy. And that begins with our DNA – the holistic approach to client service we bring by taking care of our clients wherever they are in the world.”

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