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Interview: China - Swiss Watchmaking at a Crossroads

The luxury watchmaking industry has long been a symbol of elegance and prestige. Through the years, however, the industry has experienced a devastatingly high level of corruption in China. To fight against this critical issue threatening the entire economy, President Xi Jinping has made anti-corruption one of his top priorities. In 2012, he launched a five-year long anti-corruption campaign. Additionally, another campaign was initiated to drive out extravagant spending amongst government officials. With both campaigns being more than two years old now, Julie Laulusa – Managing Partner-Mainland China and French Foreign Trade Advisor for Mazars - was interviewed by Europa Star, a Swiss Watchmaking Magazine, to shed light on the far-reaching consequences of these initiatives on the Chinese watchmaking market.

UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework Launch

Following 18 months of research and consultation led by Shift – an independent, non-profit center for business and human rights practice – and Mazars, the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework will be officially launched on Tuesday, 24 February 2015 in London.

Mazars publishes project on energy project investment in Africa

Prospects for renewable energy in Africa can only be understood in the context of the massive undersupply of power in most of the continent. Renewable energy investment is viable only when projects are implemented as part of a coherent plan to widen access to affordable electricity and improve the reliability of its supply, writes David Donnelly.

#Mazarsforgood Innovation Challenge

The #Mazarsforgood Innovation Challenge wants to reward innovative ideas from young aspiring entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs that can transform the way companies engage with their employees, society and business.

Transfer Pricing Services Brochure

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.

Meet us at MIPIM 2015

The Mazars real estate team is pleased to be attending MIPIM 2015, the world’s largest real estate exhibition and conference taking place on the 10th – 13th March 2015 in Cannes, France.

World Human Rights Forum in Marrakech

Mazars was a partner and co-sponsor of the thematic forum ‘Gender Equality in the Mediterranean’ at this year’s World Human Rights Forum in Marrakech from the 27th to the 30th of November 2014.

Measuring Counterparty Risk in Financial Derivatives

Emmanuel Dooseman, Partner, Mazars & Michael Tuohy, Director, Mazars outline some of the key features required in measuring counterparty risk as part of the valuation of financial derivatives. For the banks, this is a better way of ridding themselves of non-core assets and improving their value, rather than rushing to surrender them.

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