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Mazars US sees 9% increase in revenues

Mazars US experienced a 9% increase in revenues for the fiscal year ended 31 August 2019.

Victor Wahba, Mazars US chairman and CEO explained the growth: “Our firm is experiencing long-term, sustained growth, both organically and through acquisitions. With such growth, coupled with strong forces impacting our industry, transformation is a key focus of Mazars USA. 

“We are committed to continually assessing our business and making modifications consistent with our values, vision, goals and strategy. As part of this, we are ensuring that those leading our teams are innovative, inspiring, and elevate performance. The experience and enthusiasm that these individuals bring to the table are sure to contribute to many more years of success for our firm.”

Alongside its revenue growth, Mazars announced the appointment of Tifphani White-King as it US National Tax Practice leader. White-King will work closely with Mazars’ market sectors, advisory and geographic leaders in carrying out the US Tax Services strategies and will also work to improve collaboration with Mazars’ global tax teams.

White-King said: “The tax team is a strong group of professionals and I am honoured to be leading them. There have been a number of changes to tax law, both in the U.S. and internationally, and I believe that my global outlook and experience leading effective teams, paired with the expertise of our professionals will be a significant benefit to our clients and firm.”

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