MAZARS CONSULTING SRL

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Bulevardul Dimitrie Pompeiu, 6E, București, România

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Present in Bucharest since, we have been supporting international investors looking forward to setting up businesses all over the country. For our Romanian clients we provide an independent, reliable and recognized signature, indispensable for their national and international growth
  • As of September, Mazars and Adevaris (a Romanian tax, audit and advisory firm, founded in 2003 and practicing under the LeitnerLeitner name between 2009 and 2012) joined forces to become one strong team, thus consolidating Mazars’ position as one of the largest audit and consultancy companies on the Romanian market.
  • Employing 150 professionals, our team comprises auditors, accounting experts and tax advisors, who gained their qualifications in accordance with the Romanian, French, German or British law. They comply with local regulations as well as international standards, and work in a diverse range of projects, adapting their approach to the specific requirements of each client, regardless of its size, sector or interests. This privileged partnership is the strength of Mazars and what makes it unique.
  • Our activity keeps focusing on meeting our clients’ requirements and providing services of highest quality. We place particular emphasis on developing close relationships with our clients and providing them with our partners’ and managers’ personal assistance. Our clients benefit worldwide from unitary quality standards ensured by our integrated partnership.
  • Our company is based on our professionals’ expertise and personality. We are glad to invest in our employees’ professional improvement and personal development, turning their potential to best account in most varied domains.
  • Since its very creation, our firm has been involved together with the Romanian Ministry of Finance in the implementation of the new accounting system, largely inspired from the French one; more recently, with the support of our colleagues from Paris, we had been working closely with the authorities for the drafting of accounting regulations harmonised with the international standards in the field of insurance.