“At Mazars, Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) is at the very core of the modern firm we strive to be; a firm that balances the needs of today with those of tomorrow and future generations, that contributes to society, acts responsibly, and cares about the interests of all our stakeholders.
Our diverse backgrounds, life experiences, and skills enrich our working environment here in Mazars. 230 professionals from 9 nationalities are successfully working together in the Bucharest office. The perspectives that diversity brings is a great source of innovation and insights, enabling us to work collaboratively as one team and to effectively serve our clients across the world.
In Mazars Romania, we are constantly focusing on building a strong gender diverse pipeline, by ensuring a fair representation of women in leadership and executive positions on country level and global talent list. As a result, 62% of our management team are women.
By joining the Romanian Diversity Charter, we are committed to continue strengthening a diverse global firm that recognises and rewards difference, a truly united partnership where people can make meaningful contributions and be who they are”, declares Dino Ebneter, Country Managing Partner, Mazars Romania.
Mazars is an internationally integrated partnership, specialising in audit, accountancy, advisory, tax and legal services*. Operating in over 90 countries and territories around the world, we draw on the expertise of more than 42,000 professionals – 26,000+ in Mazars’ integrated partnership and 16,000+ via the Mazars North America Alliance – to assist clients of all sizes at every stage in their development.
In Romania, Mazars has 26 years of experience in audit, tax, financial advisory, outsourcing, and consulting. Our strength lies in the people we work with – the local team has 7 partners and 230 professionals.
*Where permitted under applicable country laws
The Romanian Diversity Charter (Carta Diversitatii din Romania) brings together 140 signatories, covering cca. 195,000 employees from companies, public institutions and NGOs, who have publicly assumed the principles of the Charter, so that diversity, equal opportunities and social inclusion become values acknowledged and respected in Romania. Signing the Charter represents a valuable starting point for organisations wishing to embark on their diversity journey and also provides a framework for companies to develop existing policies. Under the auspices of the Charter, several initiatives have taken place (experience exchanges, workshops, debates, publications) where different practices and organizational policies of diversity management were presented and disseminated.