Lipsie Economics & Finance - Accuracy - Skill - Effectiveness
Financial Translations: Accounting - Banking - Insurance - Trade Shows - Stock Market
We can offer high quality professional multilingual translation and localization services in the following types of documentation:
- Balance Sheets - Economic Analysis
- Equity and bond research
- Annual Reports - Conference material
- Merger and acquisition documents
- Financial Charts - Regulatory reports
- White Papers - Audit reports
- Business Reports - Banking studies
- Press Releases - Meeting minutes
- Financial statements - Messages to investors and shareholders
- Quotations - Prospects
- Business Plans - Regulatory statements and reports
- Share Certificates - Mutual fund reports
- Stock Issues - AGMs - Fixed Income Research
- Information for investors - Investors’ Relations
- Investors’ Relations - Profit and Loss Reports
Knowledge of Financial Regulations
Our translators' extensive technical background together with our project manager’s high professionalism acquired working directly in each sector we operate, sets us apart in the broad translation world. This practical know-how enables us to provide high quality translation and localization services in the Economics & Financial Area.
Reliability, Precision & Competitiveness
Our practical know-how and the proper use of CAT Tools (Computer Aided Translation) can pay handsome dividends in the quality of the end results. For update documentation projects, using software like Trados© it is possible to offer high performances in terms of linguistic quality and cost efficiency. In fact, through translation memories over 60% of the text is automatically replaced which means a remarkable time and budget optimization but also a guarantee of text homogeneity and coherence.
Confidential Data Handling
Choosing our services, you can easily monitor your project—from its design phase (quotation, glossary definition, sample translation, stylistic guide) to its delivery (final translation, translation memories, technical glossary)— keeping in close contact with a project manager, who is committed to looking after your specific needs.