Stories 2020. For Good
In 2020 Mazars wants to increase its focus on sustainability, so it naturally becomes part of everyday life.
In collaboration with clients and stakeholders we have gathered good examples of sustainability, which we will present during 2020 on our website. There is a different focus on each story, but what they all have in common is making a difference, and we believe this deserves to be shared.
September - Sustainability in Turkey
August – Recycling of electronics
July – Sustainable Construction
June – Recycling of natural resources
May - Thinking out of the box
April - Together in caring separately
March - Diversity in business
February - Ann Lund Wahlberg
January - Eurest
Our environmental & community involvement
To us, a responsible firm creates shared value. We want to be positive change agents and global citizens. Year after year, we strive to build a better, more inclusive and fairer Mazars, to ultimately help shape a better society. Our engagements are wide-ranging and diverse. We comply with environmental, social and governance (ESG) requirements, and engage with our communities through not-for-profit activities, charity work, donations or pro bono services.
People at the heart of our development
It is our conviction that our partnership is truly enriched by the variety and mix of the people who choose to join us. In this regard, Mazars has activated a policy for promoting and developing our most important resource: our employee! We do this through offering not only equal opportunities for employment but the same potential for developing a career.
Business. For Good
Businesses play an influential role in the future of our economies, communities and society. Business. For Good™ encourages business leaders to ‘think and act long-term’ in order to enhance business performance and pursue profit responsibly for the benefit of companies, their stakeholders and wider society.
Tackling climate change: Mazars - OMFIF 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.