EVS Translations partners with central and commercial banks, credit card companies, insurance companies and mergers & acquisitions companies, as well as accountancy firms and investor relations agencies to deliver professional financial translations.
Expert document formatters guarantee professional presentation for your documents
In-house financial translators based at our offices ready to work with you
Your client-specific terminology database can be reviewed and updated at any point
A dedicated account manager will take you effortlessly from quote stage to delivery
Confidentiality is of course a top priority, and all staff members sign non-disclosure agreements.
Specialised financial translators
To ensure that the terminology used in our financial translations is correctly and consistently applied, EVS Translations maintains one of the largest IFRS / IAS / HGB terminology databases of its kind in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Bulgarian. They are made available to our translators as a reference during live projects.
Our in-house financial translators routinely work on the following types of documents:
Analyses and reports: bonds, equities, forex and commodities
Financial interpreting service
Our financial interpreting service includes:
Annual general meetings
We look forward to speaking with you personally about your requirements. Call us on +44-115-9 64 42 88.
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