What Swiss companies should consider.
The publication is aimed at finance professionals regularly dealing with valuations, accounting and corporate finance related topics. The analysis is based on the constituents of the Swiss All Share Index and data from S&P Capital IQ and Business Monitor Online.
The experience factor: the new growth engine in wealth management.
Global wealth management survey report - complementary Swiss edition
The information in this brochure gives a general overview of taxation at federal
level and in the canton of Geneva taking into account 2016 rates, unless otherwise indicated. It is aimed at readers with a sound knowledge of Swiss tax law and of the relevant legislation in Geneva and is intended as a source of reference material.
What do the reforms in Switzerland on Bribery & Corruption mean for you? Corporate liability vs Private liability.
Utilities, consumers and governments are facing an abundance of energy choices. We explore the latest trends in Utilities Unbundled.
On 17 June 2016, the Swiss Parliament approved the final bill on Corporate Tax Reform III after the two parliamentary chambers (National Council and Council of States) had resolved their remaining differences and reached a final agreement a few days earlier. The reform foresees the replacement of certain preferential tax regimes with a new set of internationally accepted measures. Read about the details in our Tax Alert.
Companies sustain cautious enthusiasm in M&A to accelerate growth. Find out how.
In this issue of our quarterly newsletter we will inform you on the Corporate Tax Reform III and further current tax developments.
The global biotech industry posted another record year in 2015: sales, profits and research spending rose. Since early 2016, though, sentiment has been more subdued.