You will find here articles published in the press about Mazars or quoting Mazars professionals.
Anthony Tam interviewed by George Russell on tax issues
With the action plan recently announced by OECD, new rules intended to reshape international company tax practices could be in place as early as next year...
Keeping your options open - A+ magazine, September 2013
With Hong Kong’s business environment becoming more complex, accounting firms have expanded and so have specialist opportunities for CPAs.
"A women's world, a better world?" warmly welcomed by the Chinese media
Muriel de Saint Sauveur, Group Diversity Director and author of the book "A women's world, a better world?", was in China for the launch of the Chinese version of the book.
Erik Stroeve interviewed by China Daily on China's signature of the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters
On 27 August 2013, China joined the international effort to fight tax avoidance and evasion by signing the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters
Kenneth Morrison quoted in A+ magazine
The 2000s marked a new dawn for the Hong Kong accounting profession. In the fifth part of a series marking the organization’s 40th anniversary, A Plus looks at how Hong Kong accountants stepped up onto the world stage
Annie Chan shares her expert opinion on companies' restructuring
Restructuring offers an alternative to insolvency in terms of returns to creditors and can successfully reposition a company when its business model changes.
Kenneth Morrison interviewed by A+ magazine
For the HKICPA's 40th anniversary, A Plus looks at the 1970s and how the accounting profession rose to the challenge of increasing local regulations and the first rumblings of capitalism in the Mainland.
Eunice Kwok interviewed by A+ magazine
With multinational corporations moving into China and Mainland companies boosting finance units, skilled Institute members are being poached. George W. Russell asks how accounting firms can hold on to their key staff.
Benoît Stos interviewed by Guangzhou Morning Post
Benoit Stos' first visit to Guangzhou was in the mid-1990s, when he was taking a Chinese language class at Sun Yat-sen University. Little did he know then that he would eventually return with Mazars and come to call Guangzhou his home.