Informations récentes

Vous trouverez ici les informations récentes de Mazars au Luxembourg et dans le monde.

Brexit Radar: discover what’s ahead and plan your next steps

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After years of negotiations the UK has officially left the European Union. For many companies, it remains difficult to fully understand the varied impacts of Brexit – whether doing business directly or indirectly with the UK.

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SPAC Stimulation

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The SPAC Phenomenon: our practical feedback after the conclusion of the last two SPAC deals on the Luxembourg financial market!

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Covid-19 and the world of private equity

Mazars announces good 2019/20 results, confirming its strong position on the audit, tax and advisory market

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Mazars’ good 2019/20 results confirm its strong position on the audit, tax and advisory market, allowing the group to reaffirm its commitment to shaping a healthier audit industry

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4 nouveaux associés chez Mazars Luxembourg

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Mazars au Luxembourg, un cabinet international d'audit, de fiscalité, de comptabilité et de conseil employant 240 personnes à compter de janvier 2021, poursuit son expansion et est en passe de dépasser le taux de croissance prévu pour 2021 qui avait été fixé à l’été 2020. Muhammad Hossen, managing partner de Mazars au Luxembourg, souligne que cette croissance provient de divers facteurs, dont le plus important est d'investir dans les bons profils au bon moment. Conformément à sa stratégie 2024, Mazars au Luxembourg est heureux d'annoncer la nomination d'Irina Sergeeva, Florian Konz, Arnaud Barosi et Gianfranco Mei en tant qu'associés pour renforcer et soutenir les activités de Mazars au Luxembourg.

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The future of Global Mobility beyond Covid-19?

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23/06/2020 Covid-19 has made one thing very clear: international travel should not be taken for granted. In the global economy as we used to know it, businesses and individuals mastered the ability to ignore borders when doing business. International travel had become a normal part of our daily lives. The upside of being able to work in any location, meet clients face-to-face, would weigh up against the downside of travel time and costs. With Covid-19 closing borders, there became an immediate need to adapt our cross-border work perception. How does this impact companies with a global workforce? Is this the end of international business travel and assignments? What does the future of global mobility look like?

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Valuations in times of crisis

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Key considerations and approaches for adjusting forecasts and scenarios

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How to ensure business continuity during and beyond Covid-19

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04/06/2020 Owners and managers of privately owned businesses are no strangers to overcoming challenges, but Covid-19 has created unprecedented issues that even the most experienced leaders are unsure how to handle. One of the most frequently asked questions in recent weeks has been, “What happens if I am suddenly unable to manage the business for a period of time? And how can I ensure business continuity during my absence?

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Covid-19 and the world of private equity

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08/06/2020 We have surveyed private equity firms and investors to understand the challenges, level of optimism and response strategies as a result of the Covid-19 crisis.

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Organisational resilience - Responding to the unknown

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30/03/2020 As the spread of Covid-19 continues around the world, many businesses are looking for ways to move forward and keep their customers happy and their people productive. In response to the pandemic, we ask our organisational resilience team what leaders can do to keep their people safe and their business working.

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