In 2016, we conducted our largest-ever survey of CFOs and finance leaders in the insurance sector. They shared their views on business and finance priorities and their vision for their operating models.
Tax Insight No. 18 shows the recent developments in tax, the unique challenges they bring, and what steps are needed to ensure consistency in the evolving tax world. Included are interviews with leading tax officials and international policymakers.
The interplay of economic, political, regulatory and market shifts will reset strategic imperatives for European insurers in 2017. This paper provides a strategic road map for 2017.
Read our summary of relevant market data used in corporate valuations, discount rates and impairment tests.
"Insures cannot afford to wait" - Our view is that behavioral analytics in combination with automation will create a compelling value proposition.
A company that leaps from an initial public offering to a place on an index enters a dynamic new landscape. This report discusses how board composition and corporate governance practices of companies that went public in 2013 have evolved.
Audit committee reporting to shareholders in 2016 - Our research shows that companies are continuing to supplement mandatory disclosures with additional voluntary information.
Despite rising residential property prices, new players in the hotel industry and varying office property prices: Swiss real estate remains attractive for investors in 2017.
According to the EY Firepower Study 2017, M&A volume in 2016 stood at USD 201 billion. Bleak prospects for revenues and persistent price pressure prompt expectation of a rise in M&A activity.
On 28-29 June 2016, members of the European Audit Committee Leadership Network (EACLN) and the North American Audit Committee Leadership Network (ACLN) met in Zürich, Switzerland, for their 11th summit meeting. On 29 June, members discussed competition policy in the European Union (EU).