This study conducted by Mazars and Morgan Philips, unveiled during the 2016 edition of the Africa CEO Forum, draws on new research to identify both the key drivers of success for current African executives and how these will evolve as Millennials take the lead.
Africa’s decisive transformation is gaining speed, driven by entrepreneurship and innovation. By giving increased access to new ideas, knowledge and technologies, the digital revolution is playing a key role in the emergence of innovation on the continent.
The Polish market offers foreign investors some very interesting opportunities. To encourage inward investment, both foreign and local entrepreneurs may benefit from a large variety of favourable European or Polish government assistance programmes, including tax breaks and direct grants.
Mazars operates in 25 countries in Africa and draws on the expertise of 2,500 professionals. Mazars can also meet its customers’ needs all over the African continent through correspondence agreements, joint- ventures and several representative offices.
Building an Africa that is more agile, less polarized and better integrated into the world economy is the triple challenge facing the continent
Mazars Italian Desk is created to offer a privileged link between Italy and Czech Republic to individuals and companies investing or wishing to invest in one of the two countries. We know well the economic and legislative situtation andd hte habit of both countries. Thanks to the cooperation with our Italian and European offices, we are able to offer a global, highly qualified and customized advisory for all professional services offered in the Czech Republic and Italy.
This year’s publication summarizes, for the fifth time, the current taxation information of the countries in Central & Eastern Europe.
Multinational enterprises were the first to take advantage of the integration of national economies that has accelerated in the last decades. As national governments hesitated to acknowledge the multilateral nature of globalization, multinationals could use legislative differences to save taxes. As a result of the global financial crisis of 2009, both governments and the general public expressed their indignation on the tax-driven practices of high-profile multinationals.
Today’s economy is becoming more and more international, leading to a continued increase in demand for globally mobile employees. Deploying staff on global assignments can create escalating challenges for managing the risks arising from tax, social security, immigration, payroll and corporation tax considerations.
For more than 40 years, Mazars has been working with private businesses, financial institutions, governments and public organisations across the African continent.