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With more than 25 years of experience, EVS Translations is the market leader for multilingual annual report translations. Fortune 500 companies, banks, and audit firms have their financial statements and annual reports translated by EVS Translations because they know that producing a flawless annual report translation requires an in-house team of expert financial translators, specialist legal translators, skilled translations engineers, and competent project managers. Every year, EVS Translations completes a minimum of 80 annual report translations into more than 20 different languages, and it is exactly that experience and commitment to superior quality that will give you peace of mind for your most important translation project of the year.
EVS Translations maintains one of the largest IFRS/IAS terminology databases for annual report translations. For you, access to this proprietary financial translation database means accurate and compliant translations, every time.
Leverage our terminology and software solutions for the benefit of your company and achieve accurate and consistent translations and faster turnaround times.
“A large American corporation analyzes its suppliers every year and needs to have 120 financial statements in local GAAP translated from six languages within a month in order to allow the Board to have the information for a proper selection. With teams of IT experts, terminology specialists, and in-house translators for the six languages, a consistent vocabulary was established and the meeting went forward with the 120 annual reports ready for analysis.”
Annual Report and Financial Statement translation expert,
EVS Translations USA
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