Mazars Reconciliation Action Plan

Mazars in Australia has formalised their commitment to reconciliation through launching their Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan.

At Mazars we pride ourselves on being a different kind of firm, as such, we strive to grow and retain incredible talent and the knowledge that they bring with them. We are a firm that contributes to a fair and prosperous world by caring for the success of our people, clients, the health of financial markets, and the integrity of our profession. We nurture an inclusive environment and encompass diversity in all forms including developing and supporting First Nations employees, in recognition of the inherent value that they bring to the firm through their unique cultural perspectives, beliefs and special relations to Country.

Since 2006, Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) have enabled organisations to sustainably and strategically take meaningful action to advance reconciliation.

Based around the core pillars of relationships, respect and opportunities, RAPs provide tangible and substantive benefits for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, increasing economic equity and supporting First Nations self-determination.

There are four RAP types: Reflect, Innovate, Stretch and Elevate. Mazars in Australia are at the Reflect RAP stage.

The Reflect RAP is used to lay foundations and prepare Mazars in Australia for future RAPs and reconciliation initiatives. To develop this, we have worked alongside Reconciliation Australia to ensure we developed a suitable RAP for the organisation.

Developing a RAP for Mazars in Australia aligns with our global values and Code of Conduct to do what’s right, not just what we’re asked, to help build the economic foundations of a fair and prosperous world.


As part of Mazars RAP journey, indigenous artist, Kirralee Costelloe from Maiarla Dreaming, designed a bespoke piece of art that depicts Mazars’ story, values, growth and success.

Mazars RAP artwork

Australia’s five offices are represented in the four corners as-well as the centre of the piece, with different sized and coloured symbols surrounding them, meaning people gathering and community, which incorporates their values being: integrity diversity, and respect both towards their clients and stakeholders as well as their own team.

The handprints represent independence, responsibility and stewardship showing how much Mazars cares about their impact on the community, while also meeting their professional standards and building long-term relationships with clients.

The footprints along the bottom represent growth in the company, the team coming together and building trust and relationships.

Lastly, we have the remaining circles on the edges, connected by lines with many dots in the background. These represent the companies contribution in over 95 countries and territories around the world and the impact Mazars has not only in Australia but worldwide.

Click here to the full Mazars Reflect RAP.