Mazars sponsors USA-Europe Shared Services Summit & Awards

We are delighted to be a sponsor of the USA - Europe Shared Services Summit & Awards on 20 June 2018 in New York. The goal of shared services is all about growth – by outsourcing non-core activities, organisations can focus on opportunities like innovation, sales, new products, and acquisitions.

This summit, held in New York City on 20 June, is for organisations currently active, or looking to be active, in Shared Service Centres (SSCs) and who are looking for an efficient way to explore the possibilities and meet a large number of existing American companies active in the CEE region.

Who will attend?

  • 25+ Jury Members
  • Short-Listed companies
  • CFOs, Financial Directors, Process Owners, CIOs from US mid-market companies considering expansion of centralized back-office functions
  • 21+ Panelists
  • 15+ inward-investment advisers from CEE cities and governments

"We discussed how beneficial this would have been to us in the early days of our establishment of our Krakow office and believe others would feel the same."

- Global Process Owner from blue-chip Financial Services firm with SSC location in CEE.

At Mazars we are dedicated to bringing our clients robust shared services solutions to help our clients achieve their goals. We have experience helping major multinational organisations to select and implement the right SSC for their organisation, as well as optimising and ensuring continuous improvement for clients with existing SSCs. We customise our approach and recommendations to the management and culture of each organisation, leveraging our expertise on finance transformation, processes and technology to build the best teams.

Find out more about the USA-Europe Shared Services Summit at

Please get in touch with one of our contacts for more information about Mazars SSC capabilities or for further details about the event.

To read more about how we have helped implement SSCs in the past, please download the case study.


Case Study │ Shared Services Centre Implementation.pdf

Caroline Couesnon