PremiumMazars 'rebranding' in 75th anniversary year

New logo is composed of “a single word, confident and discreet, free of symbols and slogans”, reflecting the “originality of Mazars”, says the audit, tax and consulting firm.

Mazars, an international audit, tax and consulting firm, unveiled this week the new global brand identity. THE rebranding the French firm, which is 75 years old and is present in more than 90 countries and territories, is due to the goal of asserting itself as the alternative to the 'Big Four' and other players countries.

"The rebranding of the brand reflects Mazars' aspiration to present a different perspective and be an alternative in the audit, tax and consultancy market, reaffirming its commitment to building a fair, prosperous and sustainable world ”, said the firm in a statement.

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