Financial documents and annual reports
Financial documents: your business’ entrée into foreign markets
Numbers and words to forge international business relationships
Economic and financial relationships
An essential tool for negotiating with international investors and banks
Balance sheets and economic and financial analyses and reports are more than just a legal obligation. For businesses that operate in international markets, they are an important tool for communicating with foreign banks, investors and shareholders. Economic and financial documents are an additional way for companies to shine a light on the value of their business and of their products/services.
WHY IS A METICULOUS TRANSLATION OF YOUR FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS IMPORTANT?
For multinationals, corporations with branches abroad and publicly traded companies, such documents are essential for providing stakeholders with a clear picture of your business’ financial and economic health, assets and liabilities, and they allow you to participate in calls for tender and bid for European and international contracts.
FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS. HOW DO WE TRANSLATE THEM?
Financial regulations differ from country to country, and analyses, certifications and reports must be adjusted to meet the legal and economic criteria of these different markets. That is why our translators are continuously updating their knowledge of regulatory changes in the financial sector and are able to read and interpret the documents to be translated.
Notably, since 2020, international regulations have required European companies listed on regulated markets to produce annual reports in XHTML language. Thanks to constant investments in technology and to our network of partners, we can assist our clients in translating their annual reports into XBRL/iXBRL format using the taxonomy required by the ESEF Regulation, while always keeping their data strictly confidential.