If you’re trying to translate your financial reports on your own, you might be making some critical mistakes.
Common Mistakes in Financial Reports Translations
Financial reports translation is a delicate act. It requires just about as much art as it does science and technique. Not only did financial translators have to have a deep and intimate understanding of the financial world, they also have to understand the culture surrounding both the original document and the language into which the document is being translated.
It’s not enough to literally translate a document because too much meaning can be lost when that occurs.
So how do you go about creating masterful financial reports in your target language?
If you want to conduct successful business negotiations across the world and expand your corporate reach, it’s crucial that you avoid the common mistakes in financial reports translations. You’ll use these reports for a variety of functions, and if they read differently, have inappropriate structure, or commit cultural faux pas, you could lose business, at best, or find yourself in legal trouble, at worst.
It’s crucial for you to use professional services that go well beyond the scope of translation. What you need is transcreation. Transcreation goes beyond literal word for word translation and elevates translation to an art form, creating a structurally sound, accurate, and culturally relevant report that conveys the meaning of your reports, not just the words.
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We take transcreation to its highest level, crafting beautiful documentation, contracts, reports, and other projects that will help you succeed in business. We’ll take your original document and make sure it has the same meaning, efficacy, and enforceability in its target language as it does now. Your clients and business partners will be impressed by financial reports that rival those of native businesspeople.
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