Young accountants are steadily stepping up and taking charge of their careers. Kenneth Lam was featured in September issue of A Plus Magazine where he talks about the strides to success.
In the aftermath of the British referendum result to leave the EU, global stock markets shuddered as shocked Brits, and many others,
scratched their heads wondering “now what?”
Stephen Weatherseed was featured in August issue of A Plus Magazine where he talks about how Brexit may impact the city, the profession and their clients.
By 2025, 75 percent of the global workforce is expected to comprise of people born 1980 or after. Proactive employers are taking the time
to understand what motivates millennials to reach their potential and remain loyal to the workplace. Eunice Kwok, our Practising Director in charge of human resources was featured in the June issue of A Plus Magazine where she talks about what we can do to nurture younger employees.
As managing director of Mazars Hong Kong, Stephen Weatherseed has helped the firm as it takes on its biggest challenge yet: conquering China’s domestic market
Anthony Tam published "Why Hong Kong's tax system needs to be updated" in the March 2016 issue of A+ magazine
The Chairman of the Institute's Taxation Faculty Executive Committee as well as the managing Director of Mazars Tax Services Limited says there's a need for a more coherent tax regime in the city amid fierce competition from other countreis.
Alexandra Hui, Tax Executive Director at Mazars, shares some technical thought on loan waivers with the readers of The Bulletin magazine.
The interpretation of "Big Data" has become a priority for most companies… Data analytics presents an opportunity to differentiate among business advisory service providers
Mazars India Tax Director Akram Khan and Senior Manager Abhijit Kulkarni contribute "Doing Business in India" in the latest issue of "The Bulletin", Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce's monthly magazine.
Milan, Barcelona and Madrid have changed significantly since the financial crisis, and business opportunities are there for the picking, writes Deanna Kwok
Out of the Woods
"China’s State Administration of Taxation has spent the past year deciding how best to crack down on multinational companies that disguise base erosion and profit shifting as transfer pricing. George W. Russell reports on its efforts so far and how Beijing’s policies might differ from those pursued by OECD member states"