Articles & Opinions
Articles & Opinions
You will find here the articles written by Mazars Poland experts.
Resilient and responsible: the luxury industry faces its future
Marking the release of Mazars’ new report on how the luxury business model is being made over, we speak to Comité Colbert CEO Bénédicte Epinay about the resilience of the luxury industry, the importance of Gen Y and Z to its future, and how sustainability is taking centre stage.
Reinventing the wheel: what’s driving change in 21st century mobility
How can the mobility sector respond to evolving consumer expectations to influence and lead a transformation towards cleaner, more connected and collaborative systems?
Attendance of statutory auditors at physical inventory counting during the pandemic
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic a number of difficulties related to the performance of duties necessary to properly prepare financial statements have arisen. One of them is the inventory of assets. Companies face problems both with the organisation of the physical count, in particular due to the need to meet additional sanitary requirements, and with enabling the statutory auditor representative to attend the inventory count.
Accounting and tax compliance challenges in e-commerce sector
1/7/2020 Present crisis due to Covid-19 pandemic and restrictions of economic life induce entrepreneurs to look for new business opportunities. For this reason, companies running traditional retail activity are moving to virtual sales channels and thus become e-commerce traders.
COVID-19: What is the forecast for the unemployment rate in CEE?
The labor markets, also in the Central and Eastern Europe, have already exhibited signs of overheating in many of the countries, with unemployment dropping to the record low levels unseen before, especially in Poland and in the Czech Republic.
Central banks are planning radical regulatory changes due to climate crisis - commercial banks have to prepare themselves
About 70% of central banks and regulators see the climate changes as major threat to financial stability. Climate factors will soon be compulsorily included in stress tests.
Umowy najmu w czasach COVID-19 a MSSF 16
W wyniku pandemii koronawirusa wielu przedsiębiorców zostało zmuszonych do zamknięcia lokali handlowo-usługowych, a znacząca część firm wynajmujących powierzchnie biurowe zdecydowała się wdrożyć system pracy zdalnej. W praktyce oznacza to, że wynajmowane powierzchnie nie są wykorzystywane, co nie zwalnia jednak firm z obowiązku płatności czynszu i innych opłat z tytułu najmu.
The payment of rents for commercial premises during the coronavirus pandemic
The ‘Anti-Crisis Shield’ was published and entered into force on April 1, 2020. The most expected amendment was the one related to Law on COVID-19, which covers a wide range of economic issues, among which the payment of rents for commercial premises during the pandemic.
Public aid related to Covid-19: the Polish state and the competitiveness of companies after the crisis
Local governments for legitimate reasons prepare heavy artillery to help companies get through this period. This unprecedented situation is of course necessary for the company to survive on the market the pandemic period.
Managing the Covid-19 outbreak from a company perspective
The Covid-19 has been officially recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a pandemic on March 11th 2020. This has led to several sanitary measures and socioeconomic disruptions throughout the world, with direct impacts on the business environment, including in Poland. The below tips from Mazars are dedicated to Polish and international companies facing organizational challenges and looking for practical business advices in the context of the coronavirus disease: