Mazars in Slovakia has joined the United Nations Global Compact

By joining the UN Global Compact, we commit to 10 principles in the areas of human rights, labour, and the environment.

Mazars in Slovakia has become part of the UN Global Compact, a global voluntary platform that aims to promote the development, compliance and disclosure of responsible business practices. We have joined thousands of other companies that are committed to doing business in a way that contributes to better living conditions on our planet. We want to help ensure that business and finance are used for the benefit of all and contribute to an economy that is sustainable in the long term.

"I am pleased that Mazars in Slovakia supports the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact on Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anti-Corruption. We are committed to upholding them in our corporate strategy, culture and day-to-day operations and services. At the same time, we will engage in collaborative projects that support the broader United Nations Development Goals, particularly the Sustainable Development Goals. We clearly communicate this commitment to all our stakeholders and the general public because sustainability matters to us," said Mickaël Compagnon, Managing Partner at Mazars in Slovakia.

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The Global Compact was launched in 2000. It is the largest platform promoting sustainability in business in the world. More than 15 thousand companies and 3 800 non-business entities from more than 160 countries have joined it.

You can visit our profile on the UN Global Compact website to learn more about our latest initiative to promote sustainability.