Experts from Chartis Research and Mazars have teamed up to explore how insurers are implementing enterprise risk management (ERM), and what’s required for a successful integration.
Over the years, financial communication has become an essential aspect of promoting the activities of large insurance groups.
Mazars recognises digitisation as an important topic for the financial services industry; for this reason, we have developed a content programme with the Economist Intelligence Unit that focuses on how banks, insurance and real estate businesses are adapting their risk and reporting procedures to the new digital environment.
As part of the content program on digital finance that Mazars has launched in partnership with the Economist Intelligence Unit, we are exploring in a new article how mobile money is driving Africa’s cashless future.
Mazars is pleased to release its first report devoted to a topic largely covered by the press this year: the risk of Cyber Security
This new study, prepared by Mazars with inputs from Insurance Network participants, aims at identifying the differences between financial reports, management reports and Integrated reports and then to present the industry best practices in terms of reporting and communication.
Corporate Governance codes should avoid becoming a ‘tick- box’ exercise and encourage a longer-term view of business performance.
Over the years, financial communication has become an essential element in promoting the activities of large groups, especially for insurers, with their particular business model.
Mazars’ study ‘How to be a Stand-out SME’ provides analysis, insights, learnings and guidance to SMEs no matter where in the world they are operating.
Sixty-one percent of European women believe they have no exact ideas of actions the European Union is implementing in favour of gender equality.