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Mazars is an international accountancy and consultancy group. The Company provides such services as auditing, accounting, taxation, employer advise, software management, forensic and investigation services, print and communications, and broad-based business advice. In addition to its general business services, it also provides advice in such areas as corporate finance, investigations, corporate recovery, risk management, financial services, royalties.

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Employees (est.) (Apr 2019)23,000(+15%)
Revenue (FY, 2018)£181.4 M(+5%)
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Key People/Management at Mazars

Tim Hudson

Tim Hudson

Matthew Beasley

Matthew Beasley

Matt Stark

Matt Stark

Stephen Mills

Stephen Mills

Matthew Ashley

Matthew Ashley

Business Advisory & Outsourcing Partner
Oliver Hoffman

Oliver Hoffman

Partner - National Head of Mergers & Acquisitions
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Mazars Office Locations

Mazars has offices in London, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh and in 10 other locations
London, GB (HQ)
St Katharine's Way, St Katharine's & Wapping
Bristol, GB
James Tudor House, 90 Victoria St, Redcliffe
Cardiff, GB
Bay, Falcon Dr
Edinburgh, GB
Apex 2, 97 Haymarket Terrace
Glasgow, GB
Royal Exchange House, 100 Queen St
Gloucester, GB
St Ann Way
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Mazars Financials and Metrics

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Mazars Revenue

Mazars's revenue was reported to be £181.4 m in FY, 2018

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Mazars revenue breakdown by business segment: 5.5% from Consulting and actuarial , 49.2% from United Kingdom and Channel Islands, 18.6% from Assurance and internal audit, 10.2% from Taxation and financial planning and 16.5% from Financial advisory, accounting and outsorcing

Mazars revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 67.4% from Australia and 32.6% from USA

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Mazars News and Updates

Mazars Opens Boston Office

NEW YORK, Jan. 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- In a significant announcement, Mazars, a leading accounting, tax, and consulting firm in the US, reported the opening of a new office in Boston. The expansion is part of the firm's ongoing growth and goal of enhancing its capabilities in strategic...

Mazars rebranding highlights global scope

The international firm aims to raise its profile with large, multinational clients.

Mazars in South Africa Selects Verady's Ledgible for Crypto Asset Confirmations

ATLANTA and CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Aug. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Verady, the leading cryptocurrency tax and accounting software company, today announced Mazars in South Africa international audit, tax and advisory firm has selected Ledgible to supply confirmation and reporting around...

As clients struggle, Mazars creates PPP Analysis Tool

The Top 100 Firm has its eye on more COVID-19 solutions.

Mazars USA Develops and Launches Paycheck Protection Program "PPP" Analysis Tool for Small Businesses

NEW YORK, April 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Mazars USA LLP, a leading accounting, tax, and consulting firm, announced today that it has launched a tool to help small businesses calculate the amount they are eligible to receive from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). This tool is available...
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Mazars Blogs

Managing an increase in bank credit risk

While 2020 went relatively smoothly for the banking sector, uncertainties remain on the potential effects of Covid-19 on the real economy. Any negative impact could lead to heavy losses for the sector, especially when support measures are gradually phased out. These measures have not only contained…

The impact of credit risk on 2021 stress tests

On 13 November 2020, the EBA published the final methodological note for the 2021 EU-wide stress-testing exercise. The aim of the stress tests is to assess the resilience of financial institutions to adverse economic and financial developments, in particular in the event of an increase in credit ri…

2021 stress tests planned as banks face worsening crisis

The publication on 29 January of baseline and adverse scenarios, output templates, instructions and market assumptions required to carry out stress tests signals the go-ahead by the European Banking Association (EBA) for the 2021 regulatory exercise. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, these tests, o…

Resolvability is now the SRB’s key focus

With the economic repercussions of the Covid-19 crisis yet to be fully assessed, a robust resolution framework is essential to ensure the stability of the banking system. While the banks were given leave to postpone the reporting of some less urgent information in spring 2020, the Single Resolution…

Smart buildings that benefit the city, people and the environment

While there is a consensus about the smart building concept, there are still challenges to overcome if tomorrow’s buildings are enhanced to benefit the environment, cities and people. Starting with their design and throughout their useful lives, buildings have a huge impact on the environment and t…

Digitalising the real estate industry

While digital transformation has been disrupting all business sectors for many years, 2020 will be remembered for its particular impact on real estate administrators. A third of French respondents believe that artificial intelligence can be more efficient than a real estate agent. Moreover, 40% of …
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Mazars Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Mazars founded?

    Mazars was founded in 1940.

  • Who are Mazars key executives?

    Mazars's key executives are Tim Hudson, Matthew Beasley and Matt Stark.

  • How many employees does Mazars have?

    Mazars has 23,000 employees.

  • What is Mazars revenue?

    Latest Mazars annual revenue is £181.4 m.

  • What is Mazars revenue per employee?

    Latest Mazars revenue per employee is £7.9 k.

  • Who are Mazars competitors?

    Competitors of Mazars include RSM US, SGN Grant Thornton and Sudit K. Parekh & Co..

  • Where is Mazars headquarters?

    Mazars headquarters is located at St Katharine's Way, St Katharine's & Wapping, London.

  • Where are Mazars offices?

    Mazars has offices in London, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh and in 10 other locations.

  • How many offices does Mazars have?

    Mazars has 14 offices.