The race to data maturity: is your business as far ahead as you think?
While most businesses understand the importance of data, few are truly able to transform it into a competitive advantage. So, what sets the successfully data-driven apart from the rest? The critical ingredient is data maturity. The higher an organisation’s level of data maturity, the better able they will be to leverage their data to create value and unlock a competitive advantage.
Responsible banking practices: benchmark study 2021
Financial institutions increasingly recognise that climate change and other environmental, social and corporate governance risks jeopardise the world’s economy and financial system.
Business – It’s personal. And so is sustainability.
Every business is different, whether that’s in size, ambition, or even geography. But all of them have a connected topic that needs to be addressed: sustainability.
Sustainable finance policy tracker
Financial services organisations around the world are rethinking how they work in order to better embed sustainability into their business models. At the same time, climate stress tests are entering the mainstream in many jurisdictions. But even though regulation is fast developing, there is still a lack of consistency in the methods used and the extent of the commitments.
Covid-19 and the world of private equity
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have surveyed private equity firms and investors to understand the challenges, level of optimism and response strategies.
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Mazars 2020 C-suite barometer
In the midst of a global pandemic, a majority of business leaders still expected growth in 2021. What else do they see on the horizon?
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Reinventing the wheel: what’s driving change in 21st century mobility
How can the mobility sector respond to evolving consumer expectations to influence and lead a transformation towards cleaner, more connected and collaborative systems?
Conscious, collaborative, connected: making over the luxury business model
The luxury sector has always prided itself on offering consumers a chance to own pieces that are timeless and whose value and appeal will endure. But that doesn’t mean the way it produces and sells them should stay constant too. The luxury sector is at a crossroads and brands that carry on doing what they have always done risk falling behind. Our report, 'Conscious, collaborative, connected' explains why.