The Economist Intelligence Unit wrote a series of articles sponsored by Mazars focusing on five challenges facing SMEs venturing abroad for the first time. Indeed, the challenges of operating in an unfamiliar environment are daunting, but offer tremendous potential.
As digital technologies transform the world, revolutionising lives and businesses, join Mazars and over 400 policymakers, regulators and senior industry representatives from around the globe at Insurance Europe’s 9th International conference to be held in Zurich on 1 June 2017.
Mazars is pleased to be featured in the Spring 2017 edition of Board Agenda, offering thought-provoking insights about emerging issues that shape corporate strategy, fuel effective boards and drive business success.
L’attitude telethonique, c’est inciter ses collaborateurs à se mettre en mouvement pour le Téléthon ! Pour cela, le Téléthon aide à mettre en place une action au sein des entreprises permettant une économie d’énergie ou une amélioration du cadre de travail. Cette plus value est transformée sous forme de dons au Téléthon.
Mazars sponsors 16th Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix
Mazars is proud to announce our participation in the 16th Watchmaking Grand Prix in Geneva (Grand Prix d’Horlogerie) - an annual ceremony which aims to promote the excellence of the world’s best watchmakers, to encourage creativity and to attract new talents.
Country-by-Country Reporting (CBCR) - What's up in Switzerland
In October 2015 the OECD published as part of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Project (“BEPS”) recommendations on Country-by-Country Reporting (“CbCR”). On April 13th 2016, the Swiss Federal Council released the draft federal act on CbCR for consultation. The draft law follows the OECD recommendations on CbCR. The planned effective date of the new legislation should be January 1st 2018. The first CbC Reports exchanges will occur in 2020. Earlier exchange could happen on a voluntary basis.
As part of the content program on digital finance that Mazars has launched in partnership with the Economist Intelligence Unit, we are exploring in a new article how mobile money is driving Africa’s cashless future.