GIE AXA : Impacts des changements de périmètre

Résumé : For my final-year internship I joined the Finance Department of GIE AXA as a financial controller in charge of Entity Invoicing. My mission was to stand in for the colleague usually in charge of this work. GIE AXA is considerate as the headquarters of the whole AXA company and provides to the worldwide entity central functions like Marketing, Accounting and Communication. During this internship, I had to face up to some issues and the most important was the one regarding the invoicing area. This year has been important for the group strategy, a new strategic plan called “Ambition AXA” has been developed. This plan is oriented around three strategic axis: - to optimize the value and risk profile of mature businesses, - to reap the benefits of being global and enhance efficiency, - and to accelerate profitable growth with an emphasis on emerging markets. The consequences for the invoicing area are important, mature countries are huge contributors to the general costs and in selling some of them, Australia, Canada and United-Kingdom, the amount of other mature countries increased. This issue is in the centre of my reflexion which the purpose is to answer to the following question: “How the strategy of an international group affect the invoicing of general costs ?” The conclusion of the reflexion which is presented in this work is that there is not an ideal solution. The one choose by AXA is to keep on using the current method.
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Master thesis
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Grégoire Oswald. GIE AXA : Impacts des changements de périmètre. Economies et finances. 2011. ⟨hal-01935888⟩

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