At Mazars, we believe audit is critical to the economic foundations of a fair and prosperous world.

Audit has been, and remains, a profession at the heart of our business. We work for the public interest and, by caring about the organisations we audit and their stakeholders, help to build sustainable businesses for the benefit of society as a whole. 

Through our audits we deliver insight, promote transparency and provide constructive challenge, enhancing trust in how organisations report to their stakeholders. But it does not stop there: a robust, independent audit contributes to building a dependable control and governance framework to help future-proof the organisations we audit.  

Audit is first and foremost about people. We focus on building positive, effective relationships that engender trust and deliver demonstrable worth. Each Mazars audit is unique. We take the time to understand the business model, culture and ecosystem of the audited company, and consider the needs of its stakeholders; tailoring the audit strategy to the specific risks identified. Throughout the audit process we are in constant dialogue with all relevant stakeholders, with clear, pragmatic and timely communication.  

We are one, agile, integrated and collaborative team, across sectors, services and geographies. This means we combine specialist local knowledge with the international perspective that comes from being one single firm globally. We bring together the right people, with the right expertise, at the right time to provide seamless support.  

We pride ourselves on our rigour, independence of thought, perseverance and robustness. Supported by the latest technologies, global methodology and processes, we provide reliable, objective and insightful judgements and opinions. Our unique approach means we efficiently and consistently deliver high quality audits that benefit the organisations we audit, their shareholders and other stakeholders.  

With this distinctive, human-centric approach, we deliver an augmented audit experience. One that goes beyond just compliance and contributes to the development of sustainable businesses, economies and societies. 

Independent audit

We often conduct what are known as independent examinations – auditing a particular section of the company; analysing inventories or perhaps assessing a company’s position at a time other than year-end. This independent audit is presented directly to the company in the form of a written report.

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Royalty audits

Financial companies

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Internal audit

Internal audit is the board's tool and helps management and the Board of Directors to get a clear picture of how well the company's routines and processes work. Internal Audit is directly subordinated to the board, which also approves the Annual Audit Plan.

Internal audit has an objective, systematic and structured approach with focus to evaluate the organization's processes. The goal is to create added value for the organization and increase efficiency and effectiveness in risk management, governance and controls.

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