The financial sector is constantly changing. Through innovations in financial markets, constantly changing laws and regulations and the development of new standards. The specialists from Mazars monitor these developments closely. They know what impact they can have on your organisation, and the opportunities they offer.
Does your company have to deal with specific and complex (international) issues? And for that do you need not only expert accountants and consultants, but also specialists who are directly accessible, who understand your world and who are able to think in terms of clear and targeted solutions? Then you have come to the right place with the specialists of Mazars.
Sector Group Mazars Financial Services
The experienced specialists from Mazars have joined forces in the Sector Group Mazars Financial Services. Together, they provide specific expertise to companies in the financial sector, such as banks, insurance companies, pension funds, finance companies and investment firms. They provide expertise in particular in the areas of:
- Insurance commitments
- Internal Audit Support
- ISAE 3402 reports
Customisation is paramount. We do not regard the legislation as primary, but rather finding customised solutions. Our specialists are flexible, work efficiently, with targeted solutions and short lines of communication: you always have a single contact. In addition, you benefit from the international cooperation of our specialists because Mazars has a single Global Financial Services team. This allows us to serve international clients worldwide and also use international experts for local businesses.
Read what our clients have to say about our work:
"‘I can only agree with your concerns regarding the false assumption that only the major four firms are able to audit large companies. The plan to progressively build an international audit firm with European origins is a worthy idea and I am convinced that it can be a success." BNP Paribas
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Solvency and Financial Condition Report Study 2018
For the second successive year, Mazars has conducted a survey of solvency and financial condition reports. Last year’s analysis considered the reports of French companies, but this has now been extended to include 15 European entities subject to the Solvency II directive, which came into force on 1 January 2016, and has fundamentally changed the regulatory framework for European insurance companies and undertakings.
Systematic Integrity Risk Analysis (SIRA)
A systematic integrity risk analysis (SIRA) requires an effort on the part of financial institutions, partly because the results of a SIRA need to be implemented and monitored throughout the entire organisation.