Mazars response to Covid-19

During the ongoing coronavirus situation, Mazars has implemented clear and decisive measures to ensure the welfare of our people and clients while ensuring that we continue to deliver for those who rely on us.

MAZARS' RESPONSE

To guide the firm’s response, Mazars has convened its crisis management team, headed by members of the UK Executive. The team ensures that we have in place the systems and processes to monitor and disseminate official guidance, ensure adherence with policy, and maintain the continuity and quality of client service throughout.

Information and guidance

As of 17 March, the firm has implemented the latest PHE recommendations, and we are committed to playing our part to help minimise the spread of Covid-19. All partners and staff are working remotely, and none of our people will be travelling to our offices or client premises. Meetings and events are being replaced with alternative ways of communicating, including video conferencing.

Our policy on all personal international travel remains aligned with official guidance, and business travel has been suspended entirely.

ENSURING RESILIENCE AND MAINTAINING THE LEVEL AND QUALITY OF CLIENT SERVICE

Beyond protecting the welfare of our clients and people, Mazars’ first priority is to continue to deliver on our business commitments. As part of our existing contingency planning, we have implemented systems and procedures to ensure continuity and to minimise any disruption. 

Our teams have full access to remote working technology with secure access to their applications, tools and data, wherever they are, and agile working processes are well-established across the firm.

In a shifting environment, we will continue to adapt our approach to best navigate the uncertain situation while keeping our people and our clients front of mind.