ACCA welcomes Mazars in India to Approved Employer status

Mumbai, October 06, 2022: ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), the global body for professional accountants, is pleased to announce that Mazars in India has become the latest organization to meet its high standards of employee training and development. In recognition of their best practice, Mazars in India has been awarded ACCA Approved Employer accreditation status under both the trainee development and professional development streams.

Mazars is an international audit, accountancy, advisory, and tax services firm committed to confidently building and growing businesses and believes a responsible firm must create shared value. Mazars aims to achieve this by upholding independence, caring for the future of the industry, and balancing sustainability and profit, as they seek to pass on a just and prosperous world to future generations.

Md. Sajid Khan, Director-India at ACCA said: ‘Our approved employer program is the accreditation of employers’ excellent learning and development policies and systems. We’re delighted to recognize Mazars India’s support for the ACCA Qualification and the ACCA students and members they employ.’

Ms. Neetu Sidana, Director-HR at Mazars in India said: “ACCA Approved Employer status marks out organizations in all sectors as ones that provide the highest level of support and assistance for the ACCA members and students they employ. We are now able to attract key talent, as ACCA members and future members are keen to work with approved employers like us. Additionally, it enables us to retain the finance talent workforce and get further recognition in the market for our commitment to talent and development.”

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