Mazars Singapore renews partnership with Singapore Economic Development Board

Mazars in Singapore is delighted to renew its partnership with the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB). Following the successful completion of the first partnership term, Mazars will continue to work with the EDB to provide the necessary support to international businesses in leveraging Singapore to expand their business activities beyond their home markets.

EDB is the lead government agency for planning and executing strategies to enhance Singapore's position as a global business centre. It is about extending Singapore's value proposition to businesses not just to help them improve their bottom line, but also to help them grow their top line through establishing and deepening strategic activities in Singapore to drive their business, innovation and talent objectives in Asia and globally. EDB’s key roles include attracting investments, growing industry verticals, enhancing the business environment and preparing Singapore for the future.

Mazars’ team in Singapore includes over 19 different nationalities serving clients from 5 continents, making the firm one of the most international professional services firms in Singapore. Over the years, global businesses across a multitude of sectors have leveraged on Mazars’ significant in-market experience in guiding them through the process of planning, establishing and rapidly developing an operational business in Singapore and the region. Mazars provides a one-stop service: market feasibility studies, market entry strategies, mergers & acquisitions, business matching, audit & assurance, company setup, tax advisory & compliance, accounting, payroll and work permit applications, financial and internationalisation advisory services.

Setting up in Singapore is often one step – if not the first step – into Asia. Leveraging on the strengths of Mazars’ teams located across 14 countries in Asia, Mazars can assist international businesses in deploying their business throughout the region. Our team will advise on market prioritisation, tax planning, finding the right business partners, intellectual property management, financial modelling, business development strategy, etc.