Based on the success of our 2013 global study, Mazars conducted at the end of 2018 an internal worldwide survey among the so called ‘GenZ’ to get to know them better, instead of relying on general assumptions portrayed in the wider media.
Internationalisation - the next challenge for FinTechs?
As a founder member of the FinTech chair launched by Paris Dauphine University, Mazars is proud to take part in the first conference of the programme organised in Paris on 15 March as part of the House of Finance Days 2019.
Digital finance: Mazars is a founding member of a FinTech Chair
In order to contribute to the emergence of an ecosystem combining research, teaching, development and entrepreneurial skills, Mazars has joined with the Paris Dauphine University and Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank to launch a Fintech chair devoted to digital finance.
Mazars, the international accounting and advisory firm, is proud to sponsor the Africa CEO Forum awards. The awards ceremony will be one of the highlights of this event, which will be taking place on 25-26 March in Kigali, Rwanda.
Technology and Sustainability: Five innovations defining the future
As the call for increased transparency and accountability from companies on their environmental, social and governance efforts continues, companies spend signficant time and effort in identifying how to consistently capture meaningful and reliable non-financial data to share with their stakeholders. Digital solutions could offer them support in this challenge.
The Economist Intelligence Unit wrote a set of articles sponsored by Mazars focusing on the role of regulation and technology in relation to sustainability. In this article, the rapid expansion of technologies around sustainability practice and reporting – from ESG-themed data mining to blockchain voting – is explored.
Regulation and Sustainability: Five questions, answered
Regulation can be a powerful force in driving sustainable practices amongst businesses – from corporate reporting to mandatory action. But what are the right metrics for sustainability and who should be responsible for tracking them? The response to these questions may be different based on geography, sector and market segment.
Shedding a light on a topic of deep interest to Mazars, we commissioned the Economist Intelligence Unit to examine the relationship between regulation and sustainability. In this article, the way in which sustainability can be both measured and encouraged via regulation is researched, as well as the differences between countries and regions in adopting sustainable practices.