See our latest edition to learn how the BEPS project transcends a rewrite of the global tax framework to become a business transformation issue.
In EY's first DNA of the CFO study, conducted in 2010, the role of the CFO had broadened to encompass not only traditional financial skills, but also more strategic and market facing responsibilities. This latest research -- conducted from December 2015 to February 2016 and including 61 life sciences respondents among the 769 overall respondents-- shows four forces that continue to transform the face of finance leadership: digital, data, risk and uncertainty, and stakeholder scrutiny and regulation.
Digitalization is making the world increasingly complex. Explore how we join forces with stakeholders from business and society to tackle key issues of the future.
The latest edition provides insurance executives with current developments in the ever-changing world of tax around the globe. Topics discussed in this issue are BEPS Action 4 on taxation of captive insurance companies, recent trends in offshore reinsurance in Canada, Singapore as a regional hub for insurers and Insurance premium tax stepping out of its shadow.
The volume and value of M&A activities in EMEA were at their lowest level in five years - the lately released EY publication illuminates the global M&A trends highlighting the different regional reasons for the decrease of deals.
The career path to a CFO appointment is becoming increasingly ambiguous. A new EY study of 769 finance leaders looks at how aspiring CFOs can forge their career path to the top with a twofold focus on capabilities and leadership.
Stronger cities, better lives. Michael Berkowitz tells Bill Banks about an organization that is spreading resilience to cities around the world.
This year our study provides insights into the integration of sustainability into the corporate governance set-up and offers an overview of the sustainability reporting of the largest Swiss companies.
The insurance market is under increasing pressure to find new and innovative solutions to help drive strong and sustainable returns. In the current low-yield environment, insurers are seeking new types of investments that capitalize on the competitive advantages, which they have over other investors in capital markets.
This EY survey has been designed to understand the changing dynamics in the outlook of the risk function and the manner in which the role of CRO is evolving. The goal of the survey is to gain insights into the role risk functions play in their organizations indicating the key priorities of CROs in the short and medium term.