A global brand with French roots
The origins of Mazars – a leading international audit, tax and advisory firm – date back to when Robert Mazars established his accounting firm in Rouen, France in 1945. Today, Mazars is present in more than 90 countries and territories – including Malta – with 44,400 professionals dedicated to helping clients make the most of their business opportunities and enabling them to operate with confidence.
Mazars has long made the sustainable development and growth of its clients its top priority, offering a comprehensive and flexible range of services, specializing in auditing, accounting, consulting, tax and legal services. Mazars’ integrated approach is designed to leverage a global talent pool and serve organizations of all sizes, from SMEs to the largest multinationals. In order to provide its clients with the best and most relevant services, Mazars continuously invests in the development of strong sector expertise as well as technological, scientific and non-technical skills that will shape professional services in the near future.
The roots of Mazars in Malta date back to 1998, when two partners set up a small business known as Attard Giglio & Co. Eventually the business became part of the global Mazars network, establishing itself as a business advice-focused with a strong reputation for quality advice and service. This growth has occurred alongside the progress made by the Maltese financial services industry over the years.
Mazars in Malta owes its success to its people, whom the company considers its most valuable asset. This dedicated team of over 85 specialists – located in new state-of-the-art offices in the central business district of Birkirkara – have been instrumental in adding value to the provision of Mazars’ bespoke solutions in Malta. The firm’s continued growth also means that it is always on the lookout for new talent, people who share its philosophy and who can contribute to Mazars’ desire to consolidate its position as one of the leading audit, tax and advisory services in the local market, committed to maintaining the highest possible quality standards, and thereby serving the best interests of all its stakeholders.
For more information, visit www.mazars.com.mt.
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