Advisory and Consulting Services

At Mazars, we offer a full range of services that will give you a clear insight into your company strategy, business processes and financial reports.

We also give you all the necessary advice and support to manage your operational and financial processes and risks involved.

Our team of highly trained professionals deliver a range of specific services that can be adapted to the size and type of your organization.

Company set-up and incorporation services

Setting up and running your business in one of the states of the GCC region can be a complicated and time consuming effort, Mazars can ease this path through our years of experience and valued connections in this field.

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Business valuation

At various key points in your firm’s life you will need a comprehensive business valuation to enable you to make major decisions.

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Joint venture set-up and acquisitions

Companies entering any of the GCC countries often ask us about suitable joint venture partners or seek businesses to buy as entry points into local markets.

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Feasibility studies and market research

As consultants, we provide on-going client services. One of these is business research.

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Liquidation and Insolvency

If you consider that your company may be insolvent or you need advice on an exit route, Mazars will be able to assist you with the appropriate insolvency and liquidation procedure.

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Intellectual property protection

The entry to the World Trade Organization (WTO) of GCC countries has created local awareness of intellectual property and the need to prevent its abuse across all business sectors.

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Information system audit

Keeping up with the latest advances in information technology is one of the keys to reliable financial auditing.

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Internal control and Risk Management

Internal Audit is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organization's operations.

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Sustainable development

Businesses and communities now face new risks which require some change to the habitual management models.

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