International audit and advisory firm Mazars has reported a 10.4% increase in revenues to €1.8bn (£1.5bn) for the year ended 31 August 2019.
The firm said the increase in revenues was supported by a “strong” 9% increase in organic growth, complemented by a positive external growth of 1.3%.
It added that this is the “highest level” of organic growth recorded by Mazars since 2011/2012. Additionally, audit and accounting accounted for 63% of total revenues during the period.
Hervé Hélias, CEO and chairman of Mazars Group, said: “This outstanding performance comes from a combination of the high level of expertise and strong commitment of our teams to deliver to our clients a seamless global experience, as well as a true recognition of the benefits of Mazars’ uniquely integrated partnership model.
“Mazars is a trusted partner of choice for organisations of all kinds, not just listed companies.”
The new follows Mazars move to a new office in Sutton Plaza.
The firm said the move will retain Mazars’ place as a “significant” part of the business community in Sutton, which will enable all 126 partners and staff to work in an “agile, collaborative way” in a single purpose-designed, modern space.