EVS Translations provides translations of annual accounts for over 200 listed companies, reporting agencies, banks, accountancy companies and audit firms. The reports can be full annual reports covering several hundred pages or summaries in GAAP to meet local requirements.
Your annual report is a summary of your company’s success. Every word counts. EVS Translations gets them right—in the main financial languages of the world – English, German, French, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Spanish. The compulsory accounts translation is carried out by our in-house translator team using the proprietary IFRS translation, GAAP translation and also HGB translation databases. At the same time, the marketing section is generally completed by one of our marketing specialists to ensure your message is conveyed appropriately while the vocabulary is correct and consistent throughout.
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For your financial report translation, EVS Translations provides you with a single point of contact: the project manager. The project manager organises quote, DTP, translator team, proof-reader team and terminology management. For you, that means high-quality translation delivered on time. Time after time.
"Long before we receive even the first text for translating an annual report, EVS Translations prepares customer-specific terminology lists, style guides, and reference texts. In addition the in-house accounting translation databases are updated. This ensures consistent terminology in every report in line with accounting guidelines and specific corporate requires and secures timely delivery of uniformly worded translations even on tight schedule"
Edward Vick, CEO
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