The new standard IFRS 9 on financial instruments introduces numerous changes and its implementation is complex.
Welcome to Mazars’ Central and Eastern European (CEE) tax guide, which provides an online overview of the tax systems in the CEE region.
Welcome to Mazars’ sixth annual Central and Eastern European (CEE) tax guide. The main purpose of this guide is to provide you with an overview of the tax systems in the CEE region. We would also highlight the expansion of our coverage: from 1th January 2018 we are proud to report that the guide has increased its scope to cover 22 CEE countries.
Mazars automotive expert community, together with the industry experts from IHS, are pleased to present the 2018 global study on sustainable mobility.
One integrated team of CEE specialists guides you not only across the transaction lifecycle but beyond the phase you’re in, even beyond the transaction itself. They look at your business and sector needs.
Deeply involved in the Media industry and determined to provide Industry Executives with a better overview of the trends and challenges impacting the sector, Mazars publishes a yearly media barometer analyzing the financial performance and the risk factors disclosed on the annual reports of the 100 largest publicly-listed media companies in North America and Europe.
At the end of February 2018, all the major European banks published information on the impact of the implementation of the new standard IFRS 9. IFRS 9 introduces numerous changes (classification, impairment, hedging, etc.). Their impacts at the transition date vary widely from one bank to another. They are negative in most cases, but for some banks are virtually nil or even positive. The indicators used are also variable: though the impact on the CET1 ratio is a firm common indicator, the level of further detail reported varies significantly from one institution to another.
To celebrate the world water day, Mazars is glad to share the key results of the latest Mazars global water survey, focusing on the global water risks.
Our previous report, published last year, called on leading entities to take a cautious approach in 2016, in particular because of the state of order books at the end of 2015.
This caution has been confirmed by a year that saw the consolidation of business by leading construction companies: a decrease in activity and a slight margin improvement, reflecting a refocus on core business activities and greater selectivity.
Setting the right corporate tone from the top is seen as by far and away the most effective way to influence the culture in today’s businesses. Lead by example, and others will follow that lead. But research among European company board directors reveals that this belief is not being reinforced by action on how their businesses behaves.