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Responsible banking practices: Benchmark Study 2020
With Environmental, Social and Governance factors, and responsible banking practices more broadly becoming an essential focus for the banking industry, Mazars has assessed how banks are embedding sustainability into their commercial practices.
Investing in CEE: Inbound M&A report 2019/2020
The M&A market in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) recorded 726 deals in 2019, displaying resilience in the face of global economic headwinds, according to new research from Mazars in association with Mergermarket. The report, Investing in CEE: Inbound M&A Report 2019/2020, offers an overview of inbound M&A activity in the CEE region throughout 2019 and looks ahead to the challenges and opportunities in the coming months.
REINSURERS’ FINANCIAL COMMUNICATION: 2019-2020 BENCHMARK STUDY
As the role of reinsurance is continuously expanding, Mazars has analysed the latest financial disclosures of the top 10 reinsurers worldwide providing a comparative view for a better understanding of their risk profile and strategy.
Tackling Climate Change: The Role of Banking Regulation and Supervision Report
Mazars and the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) are proud to have come together to produce a global report providing unique insight on current and upcoming financial regulatory evolutions aimed at tackling climate change. What policy adjustments are being undertaken in different jurisdictions around the world to assess and control climate risks? How are these actions likely to develop in future? Find out in our new research and get ready for radical regulatory change.
PUBLICATION | L'EUROPE ET LA 5G
Un défi pour la souveraineté des États et une transformation profonde pour l'économie et les usagers !
IFRS 9 : Benchmark des assureurs européens
La nouvelle norme IFRS 9 sur les instruments financiers est entrée en vigueur le 1er janvier 2018 pour la plupart des entités, mais les groupes d'assurance ont la possibilité de reporter son application à 2021, année où la nouvelle norme IFRS 17 sur les contrats d'assurance entrera en vigueur.