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  • Industries Industry Overview - EY - Australia
    Markets Insurance Consumer Products Retail Government Public Sector Health Life Sciences Media Entertainment Mining Metals Oil Gas Power Utilities Private Equity Real Estate Hospitality Construction Technology Telecommunications Services Advisory About Advisory Services Customer Performance Improvement Risk IT Advisory for Financial Services Assurance About Assurance Services Accounting Compliance and Reporting Climate Change and Sustainability Services Financial Accounting Advisory Services Financial Statement Audit Fraud Investigation Dispute Services Tax About Our Global Tax Services Country Tax Advisory Cross Border Tax Advisory Corporate Services Global Trade Global Compliance and Reporting Human Capital Law Private Client Services Tax Accounting Tax Performance Advisory Tax Policy and Controversy Transaction Tax Transfer Pricing and Operating Model Effectiveness VAT GST and Other Sales Taxes Strategic Growth Markets Transactions About Transaction Advisory Services Lead Advisory Operational Transaction Services Divestiture Advisory Services Restructuring Strategy Services Transaction Support Transaction Tax Valuation Business Modelling Specialty Services China Overseas Investment Network Climate Change and Sustainability Services French Business Network Global Business Network Japan Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries Support Services The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Alumni Home Industries In today s business world staying competitive means striking the right balance between risk and reward Staying ahead in your industry Share In today s business world staying competitive means striking the right balance between risk and reward To achieve your potential you need fast easy access to the information and people that can help you make the right decisions That s why we ve invested in dedicated Global Industry Centres around the world centres that serve as virtual hubs for sharing industry focused knowledge and experience Our commitment of time and resources means that we can anticipate market trends identify implications and

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  • Automotive - EY - Australia
    Urban mobility redefined Twitter chat On 15 December our A T leaders will host an Urban mobility redefined Twitter chat EYAutoChat to answer questions about mobility sharing connected vehicles and more M A leads to growth in automotive sector M A is back as an essential mechanism for generating long term value in the automotive sector according to our latest Capital Confidence Barometer Automotive transactions and trends In this report we review the global automotive mergers and acquisitions that took place in 2Q14 and look ahead at the expected future trends Automotive Capital Confidence Barometer Rising confidence in economic and employment growth credit availability and corporate earnings all indicate automotive executives positive outlook We explore these trends in our barometer Automotive Business Pulse With growing economies an expanding middle class and low vehicle penetration rates emerging markets are the key source of growth for today s global automotive industry Cash on the road 2013 Our annual working capital report finds improved WC performance But will this trend continue and how will regional factors influence it The Eurozone and the automotive sector Faced with global competition and weak demand the automotive industry must rethink its strategy Our insights can help on vehicle manufacturers suppliers and dealers seize opportunities Russian and CIS automotive industry Russia remains one of the most attractive markets in Europe This report outlines our view of the current state and future development of the industry Automotive transactions and trends 1H15 Urban mobility redefined Twitter chat M A leads to growth in automotive sector Automotive transactions and trends Automotive Capital Confidence Barometer Automotive Business Pulse Cash on the road 2013 The Eurozone and the automotive sector Russian and CIS automotive industry Automotive Transportation Overview About our Automotive Transportation services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Contacts Library Press Driving transformation in a fast moving world Across the world people s ability to move safely and efficiently from point A to point B impacts their degree of opportunity for a better more productive life The automotive and transportation sector enables people everywhere to access family and friends employment education health care and entertainment EY s Automotive Transportation Sector delivers purpose led transformative solutions to help our clients improve the movement of people and goods around the world We build a better working world by teaming with public and private companies throughout the sector to Innovate and implement new business models to harness emerging digital and connected vehicle technologies Urban mobility redefined sharing is the new buying Who s in the driving seat How the rise of autonomous vehicles will transform the relationship between man and car Automotive industry the quest for telematics 4 0 Video Consumer Electronics Show 2015 Better connect with customers to drive loyalty and grow market share Future of automotive retail shifting from transactional to customer centric Changing lanes the C suite s 2015 16 agenda Create world class supply chains in order to grow business and manage risk Shifting gear capacity management in the automotive industry Meeting the

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  • EY - Financial Services - Overview - EY - Australia
    Get more info Banking Capital Markets Unprecedented regulatory changes and demands are challenging global banks path to growth and profitability Whether your goal is to manage risk ensure compliance with new rules improve operating models or raise capital our Global Banking Capital Markets Center can help you adapt to the new rules of the road so that your organisation can reach its full potential Get more info Insurance Insurers around the world need to plan for the impact of new regulatory and competitive challenges Tap into the insights of our Global Insurance Center professionals to learn how to respond to the changes and set your organisation apart on issues such as IFRS Solvency II Dodd Frank and FATCA Get more info Overview Wealth Asset Management Banking Capital Markets Insurance Our latest view FinTech Adoption Index With financial technology use growing dramatically we surveyed 10 000 digitally active people to see what s driving adoption Contact us Contact a member of our local team Connect with us Stay connected with us through social media email alerts or webcasts Or download our EY Insights app for mobile devices Share Business environment Driving growth Governance and reporting IFRS Audit Committee Managing finance Managing risk Operational effectiveness Talent management Capital and transactions Automotive Transportation Financial Services Consumer Products Retail Government Public Sector Wealth Asset Management Banking Capital Markets Insurance Health Life Sciences Media Entertainment Mining Metals Oil Gas Power Utilities Private Equity Real Estate Hospitality Construction Technology Telecommunications Advisory Assurance Tax About Advisory Services Customer Performance Improvement Risk IT Advisory for Financial Services Strategic Growth Markets About Assurance Services Accounting Compliance and Reporting Climate Change and Sustainability Services Financial Accounting Advisory Services Financial Statement Audit Fraud Investigation Dispute Services Transactions About Transaction Advisory Services Lead Advisory Operational Transaction Services Divestiture Advisory Services Restructuring Strategy

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  • EY - Asset Management Overview - EY - Australia
    compete for market share Many firms have been forced to consider redesigning their business operating models as part of a renewed strategic focus on aggressive cost control and operational efficiency More importantly growth has returned to the industry Lines are blurring both in the regulated and alternative spaces as managers look to diversify revenue streams and find new opportunities Firms must fully understand how the distribution game has changed both globally and locally and how to most effectively increase revenue and improve margins We can help you succeed in today s market in these key areas Stay current Subscribe to the quarterly Financial Services Briefing newsletter Regulatory change compliance and reporting As a result of the global financial crisis enhanced compliance standards have taken hold across the industry for all participants particularly for alternative managers Regulators are more focused on risk and reporting than ever before Wealth and asset management firms must respond to the new regulatory environment with more disclosure and proactive reporting They are evaluating their current compliance infrastructure including people processes and technology and thoroughly reviewing compliance policies and procedures The review process is by no means a one off event Given that many new regulations entail a lengthy and complex rule making and implementation process and then likely further amendments to those rules the only certainty about regulatory reform is continued uncertainty Related content European mutual funds An introduction to UCITS for US asset managers Start preparing now for MiFID II Global FATCA reporting for wealth and asset management MiFID II what next for wealth and asset managers Understanding the AIFMD Data architecture and security and efficiently leveraging big data Escalating compliance costs and greater infrastructure spending suggest that the largest wealth and asset management firms enjoy more scale advantage than ever before Gaining a competitive edge in pricing is essential given that the demands and cost of regulatory reporting are growing Many regulatory requirements focus on data across the enterprise and external service providers Procedures and systems that many firms had in place before the global financial crisis are likely insufficient to effectively handle the complexity of data analysis now required in the new regulatory environment Big data s potential is the ability to aggressively control costs while laying the foundation for growth Additionally cyber security and cyber crime prevention are ever more prominent challenges Related content Addressing rising expectations in cybersecurity The science of winning in financial services Managing complexity and change in a new landscape global survey on asset management investment operations Investor transparency and communication Investors demand greater levels of transparency and far more thorough due diligence than ever before Disappointment with the past paradigms of the investment management industry combined with an increasingly sophisticated and more risk averse investor base has led firms to adopt far higher standards of transparency investor communication and fund governance Firms have also initiated more investor education and more powerful and robust technology driven client interface tools Requests for third party reports have gained importance as

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  • EY - Banking & Capital Market - EY - Australia
    What lies ahead on the bank risk governance journey This report highlights the state of bank risk governance and upcoming priorities based on discussions with bank leadership non executive directors and senior regulators Back to ERM basics for banking industry By reviewing risk fundamentals and establishing an empowered head of ERM banks will create a more holistic view of risk across their organisations The liquidity gap Solvency and liquidity are the core pillars of banking but the financial crisis exposed weaknesses global financial services leaders now must work to fix How global banking is fixing vulnerabilities Shoring up risk governance is top priority for banks amidst competing demands Our risk governance survey provides perspective on what s next Governance in banks Who s responsible for setting risk appetite What role does the board play Find out how risk governance at banks is evolving Reforming bank culture turning values into action Bank Directors Summit participants discuss the need to restore trust in the banking industry and the plan for radical changes to business models Addressing cyber security as a human problem EY and Tapestry Networks convened a Bank Governance Leadership Network meeting to discuss cyber security Learn about industry preparedness and ways to improve systems defenses Five years on uncertainty is the new normal Non executive directors from many large global banks gathered for the annual Bank Governance Leadership Network summit to discuss the state of regulatory and internal reforms Building more effective risk appetite frameworks Banks need to move risk appetite plans from high level statements to practical application Learn the key attributes of an effective risk appetite framework Transitioning to materially different business models BGLN members convened in May and June to discuss the future of banking The major theme to emerge was the need to evolve business models and establish a new normal US consumer protection As US consumer protection evolves a mutually beneficial model for consumers regulators and banks can be developed Strengthening board supervisor relationships Practical steps can help supervisors and directors establish trust based relationships and focus on core issues Real world perspectives on bank governance Get insights from global bank directors and regulators in the Bank Governance Leadership Network G30 report a call to action on bank governance We highlight specific G30 recommendations for each group involved in the governance process the board of directors management supervisor and shareholders What does increased supervision mean for banks Find out how bank supervisors implement enhanced supervision determine the appropriate level of intensity for banks and how they choose to influence strategic decisions Global banks adapt to uncertain economics and regulations Members of the Bank Governance Leadership Network agree that better dialogue among senior supervisors C suite executives and directors is essential Read about other approaches Implications of Eurozone crisis What issues are complex global banks considering in their response to the Eurozone crisis Tapestry Network s ViewPoints whitepaper summarizes the discussions from non executive bank directors Banks adapt to uncertain economics and regulations Members of the

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  • EY - Insurance - EY - Australia
    and genuine understanding of local dynamics Stay current Subscribe to the Insurance quarterly newsletter to stay up to date on our latest thought leadership Are you ready for Solvency II At the recent Trilogue meeting the European Commission proposed a deferral of the implementation date of Solvency II to January 1 2015 but the proposal did not reach consensus Solvency II contacts Are you ready Actuarial and risk management strategies As the insurance market undergoes radical change insurance companies face a difficult balancing act They must identify and assess new options for value creation while continuing to manage risks and meet emerging regulatory requirements such as Solvency II and IFRS The combination of our dedicated actuarial and risk professionals and close partnerships with related practices across EY provides truly integrated services across all disciplines in the insurance industry Explore the service areas below to learn more about our actuarial and risk management expertise Risk and capital As capital becomes scarce and competition from other financial institutions increases insurers are evolving from static to dynamic optimization of risk portfolios We help companies optimize their risk portfolios under current rules as well as expected new regulations such as Solvency II Customer and growth The insurance industry faces many challenges political changes economics product innovation technology advances competition from other financial sectors and changing customer behaviour We help companies understand and prepare for these changes by providing practical insights on consumer buying patterns We also help you understand which customers truly create value in order to enhance high value relationships Financial reporting The global insurance industry is facing a wave of new regulations and reporting requirements It is crucial for companies to understand the micro and macro effects of new reporting requirements the importance of reported figures and the wider implications for strategy and operations We help companies understand and prepare efficient external and internal reporting frameworks by providing actuarial services that are part of integrated multi disciplinary solutions Actuarial transformation and offshoring We help companies simplify their actuarial infrastructure and achieve cost efficiency by streamlining or offshoring outsourcing their actuarial and finance reporting processes Modelling Actuarial and risk models are becoming increasingly crucial to business operations Although a fast close of actuarial reporting remains important regulatory focus and requirements to put a robust control environment around models are also increasing We help companies make their actuarial and risk models efficient and fit for purpose Audit and Assurance Our actuaries work within our audit teams to assess the appropriateness and accuracy of the most critical elements of insurance company financial statements including the actuarial reserves and other key estimates calculated using specialised actuarial techniques Actuarial audit activities help reduce the risk of critical errors in financial statements and of inaccurate assessment of the financial risks to which the enterprise is exposed Asset management Asset management is closely linked with capital optimization product optimization and financial modelling Facing innovation and competition from other financial sectors insurers must develop optimal asset management strategies We help

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  • Consumer Products Overview - EY - Australia
    fireworks Finding growth in Africa Cash on the table 2015 Consumer Products and Retail Capital Confidence Barometer Consumer Products Deals Quarterly Q1 2015 Consumer Products Retail Overview About our Consumer Products Retail services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Relentless execution to deliver sustainable value There is a brand new order Your customers consumers and competitors are evolving at different speeds in different ways in different markets In a world that s more complex connected and fast moving than ever the opportunities are massive but so are the risks With uncompromising stakeholders demanding consistent growth and consumers demanding value and taking ownership of your brands it s time to reframe strategic choices realign the value chain and relentlessly execute for short term results and long term sustainability Our global professionals have the knowledge to help you challenge and disrupt entrenched ways of thinking Whether you want to improve organisational agility drive value from digital marketing spend deploy talent effectively across markets or re engineer your supply chain for greater flexibility we have the skills you need to succeed Understand our point of view on key issues in today s consumer products environment Adapt to the brand new order The traditional consumer products business model is being disrupted by a changing world There is huge potential to create value but companies need to be prepared to disrupt old ways of thinking We interviewed 285 C suite executives from leading consumer goods companies to identify what matters in this brand new order and what companies need to do differently in order to win Related content Profit or lose Moving into mobile Digital retail analyzing the effect on retailers January 2013 European consumer products IFRS survey December 2012 New talent development model consumer products Disrupt or be disrupted creating value for brand new order Brand new order The changing consumer products value paradigm Building profitable retail relationships October 2011 Cash on the table 2013 consumer products working capital management This time it s personal from consumer to co creator 2012 Leverage opportunities in rapid growth markets Rapid growth markets are key to the future growth of consumer products companies Of the one billion people projected to enter the middle class by 2020 two thirds will come from fast growing economies such as the BRIC grouping Brazil Russia India and China and other fast expanding territories including Bangladesh Indonesia Mexico Pakistan Turkey Vietnam and Africa With 70 of global GDP expected to be generated by fast growth markets in the next ten years consumer products companies need to seize the opportunities and manage the complexities Related content Profit or lose Conserving value in a maturing Russian market Rapid growth markets forecast February 2014 Growing beyond innovating for the next three billion 2011 Growing pains Companies in rapid growth markets face talent challenges as they expand 2012 Transacting in Emerging Markets 2011 Growing in Africa opportunities for consumer product businesses Visit our Emerging Markets Center for more resources Understand what s driving consumer products transactions

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  • EY - Government and Public Sector - EY - Australia
    Transaction Support Transaction Tax Valuation Business Modelling Specialty Services China Overseas Investment Network Climate Change and Sustainability Services French Business Network Global Business Network Japan Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries Support Services The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Alumni Home Industries Government Public Sector Citizen Today December 2015 The pace of change offers great opportunity for progress In this issue we explore how governments can change in order to meet today s big challenges Public private partnerships and global infrastructure With the growing importance of getting infrastructure procurement right governments are exploring project finance and public private partnership PPP models From classroom to boardroom We offer six education policy recommendations for creating a culture of high impact entrepreneurship for young students Citizen Today August 2015 The edition looks at how Detroit recovered from bankruptcy the role of small businesses in India the re emergence of public private partnerships and more Trade Secrets ASEAN economic community The last mile toward 2015 and beyond The formation of the ASEAN Economic Community by end 2015 is one of many milestones of a long term economic integration journey What s next after 2015 Dynamics Shaping agendas changing lives This edition covers European development aid new approaches to student financing women s entrepreneurship the fight against poverty and more Queensland Budget Brief 2015 16 Queensland is forecast to have the strongest economic growth in 2015 16 of all the Australian States View EY s analysis to find out more Improving Australia s long term productivity Will the Federal Budget measures improve Australia s long term productivity View EY s latest report A confidence bet Will a modest package to stimulate confidence in small

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