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  • News - EY and YourEncore form alliance to address emerging regulatory challenges for life sciences industry - EY - Global
    Japan Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Alumni Home Newsroom EY and YourEncore Form Alliance to Address Emerging Regulatory Challenges for Life Sciences Industry EY and YourEncore Form Alliance to Address Emerging Regulatory Challenges for Life Sciences Industry New York and Indianapolis 11 August 2015 Newsroom News releases PR contacts PR activities Analyst relations Fact and figures Share Ernst Young LLP and YourEncore have formed a strategic alliance to provide end to end offerings designed to help life sciences and consumer products clients accelerate product development strengthen regulatory compliance and improve productivity This first of its kind relationship will unite EY management consulting transaction advisory and tax services with the real world experience of YourEncore s 10 000 on demand industry experts to provide a wide range of services to help clients innovate drive growth manage risk and comply with increasing regulatory challenges Combining the highly regarded capabilities of EY and YourEncore is a win for our clients said Kim Ramko EY Global and Americas Life Science Advisory leader This alliance is pioneering because it combines YourEncore s deep hands on industry knowledge with EY s consulting experience to specifically address client needs with on demand services helping them be strategically nimble in an evolving pharmaceutical industry Already Ernst Young LLP and YourEncore have developed the Customer Engagement Safety Compliance CESC platform to help life sciences companies address patient safety and adverse event reporting challenges stemming from the rise of social media and other digital communication channels The offering helps clients capture analyze and monitor patient safety information while sustaining compliance with adverse event reporting requirements in an environment of rapid regulatory changes The alliance will also introduce services that help companies comply with upcoming revisions to the EU Medical Device Directives which will require enhanced supply chain traceability In addition EY and YourEncore are developing services for the consumer products industry which requires teams with in depth client industry and technical understanding The services will combine the domain knowledge of YourEncore experts who have an average of 25 years of experience in industry with EY enterprise methodologies technology platform and delivery arms Tackling the big problems facing leaders in technical or regulated industries requires deep technical know how and industry knowledge in order to deliver excellence said Minnie Baylor Henry strategic advisor for YourEncore and former worldwide vice president of regulatory affairs at Johnson Johnson The YourEncore and EY alliance brings together the right ingredients to help business leaders tackle these critical development regulatory and productivity challenges For more information about the EY YourEncore alliance please visit ey com eyyourencore Ends About EY s Advisory Services In a world of unprecedented change EY Advisory believes a better working world means solving big complex industry issues and capitalizing on opportunities to help deliver outcomes that grow optimize

    Original URL path: http://www.ey.com/GL/en/Newsroom/News-releases/news-ey-and-yourencore-form-alliance-to-address-emerging-regulatory-Challenges-for-life-sciences-industry (2016-02-10)
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  • News - EY named a leader in Gartner's inaugural Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Consultancies - EY - Global
    Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Alumni Home Newsroom EY named a leader in Gartner s inaugural Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Consultancies EY named a leader in Gartner s inaugural Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Consultancies London 7 August 2015 Newsroom News releases PR contacts PR activities Analyst relations Fact and figures Share EY announces today that it has been recognized as a leader in Gartner s inaugural Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Consultancies The Gartner report examines qualifying global management and IT consulting firms capabilities to deliver business outcome enterprise architecture EA while they simultaneously lead responses to disruptions caused by the emergence of the digital business Enterprise architecture help companies plan and implement significant business changes rationalize and modernize their systems data and infrastructure and establish and advance their internal EA capabilities Errol Gardner EY Global IT Advisory Leader says We are honored to be included in the Gartner Magic Quadrant as a leader in Enterprise Architecture and are proud of our strategy that brings the best in class and market leading capability to our clients Tony Roby EY Architecture Leader says Architecture is the planning discipline that provides the tools and techniques required to manage the complexity of change Gaps can develop between delivered and desired business value due to lack of proper architecture and alignment across the enterprise value chain With a strong business architecture approach and foundation we are able to define the elements needed across business information and technology to avoid these gaps and achieve the desired outcomes Saul Brand Gartner Research Director explains the qualities leaders in the EA space possess Leaders provide mature offerings that meet market demand and they demonstrate the vision to sustain their market position as requirements evolve The hallmark of leaders is that they focus on and invest in their offerings to the point where they can affect the market s overall direction As a result leaders are the vendors to watch as you try to understand how new offerings might evolve Leaders typically possess a large satisfied customer base relative to the size of the market and enjoy high visibility within the market Click here to access the full report Source Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Architecture Consultancies 24 June 2015 G00276891 Gartner does not endorse any vendor product or service depicted in its research publications and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact Gartner disclaims all warranties expressed or implied with respect to this research including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose Ends About EY EY is a global leader in assurance tax transaction and advisory services The insights and

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  • News - EY - Ric Cavieres recognized as leading influencer in life sciences - EY - Global
    Cavieres recognized as leading influencer in life sciences New York 3 August 2015 Newsroom News releases PR contacts PR activities Analyst relations Fact and figures Share Cavieres receives PharmaVOICE 100 award for commercial insights and innovation Ric Cavieres principal and Advisory Life Sciences commercial practice leader at Ernst Young LLP has received PharmaVOICE s 100 Most Inspiring People in the Life Sciences Industry award for 2015 Cavieres was selected due to his talents using innovative analytics and derived insights to solve complex commercial business problems Ric is a true asset to the clients served by EY Advisory Life Sciences and an authentic industry leader We are excited to see his passion dedication and leadership acknowledged by this high honor said Kim Ramko the EY Global and Americas Life Sciences Advisory leader Our industry is experiencing a shift toward supporting patient centric business models and Ric is an expert in predicting and influencing commercial model evolution to foster long term relationships between clients and targeted patient sets Cavieres was nominated for the PharmaVOICE 100 by his life science industry colleagues The nominations were reviewed by the editors of PharmaVOICE who selected the top 100 leaders based on their positive impact on the industry Cavieres has decades of experience leading life science s business analytics and commercial practices and helping biopharmas use big data in new and innovative ways making information both accessible and beneficial to the businesses These efforts were actualized through the development of EY s proprietary global Commercial Analytics Suite CASE CASE was created specifically for and by biopharma companies and drives new actionable insights that optimize commercial strategies execution and performance I feel privileged to have been selected along with so many influential leaders in life sciences and I thank those who nominated me and the great teams I have the pleasure to work with said Cavieres It is incredibly rewarding to have the opportunity to collaborate with clients on a global scale use actionable analytics to advance the industry to impact the lives of patients and help build a better working world Before joining EY Cavieres held leadership positions at IBM and Capgemini He holds a B Sc in physics and astrophysics from the University of Leeds He is based in Miami Florida The full list of PharmaVOICE 100 recipients appears in the July August 2015 issue of PharmaVOICE magazine and is available at www pharmavoice com About EY s Advisory Services In a world of unprecedented change EY Advisory believes a better working world means solving big complex industry issues and capitalizing on opportunities to help deliver outcomes that grow optimize and protect clients businesses Through a collaborative industry focused approach EY Advisory combines a wealth of consulting capabilities strategy customer finance IT supply chain people and organizational change program management and risk with a complete understanding of a client s most complex issues and opportunities such as digital disruption innovation analytics cybersecurity risk and transformation EY Advisory s high performance teams also draw on the

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  • News - EY - 2015 set to be best year ever for M&A - EY - Global
    megadeals in a six month first half The 31 deals of more than US 10b surpassed the previous record of 27 in the first six months of 2006 The records continue unabated last month was the highest June on record for global deal value and on current trajectory the full year should challenge 2007 s record as the best ever year for global M A Pip McCrostie EY s Global Vice Chair Transaction Advisory Services says M A as a route to growth is firmly back on the boardroom agenda There are two clear drivers of activity after half a decade of deal stagnation Disruptive forces are driving deal making at every level The disruption is triggered by sector convergence technology and changing consumer preferences In addition divergent economic conditions are accelerating cross border M A Is the hot deal market over heating The second half of 2015 should be as strong as the first with deal making intentions running at a five year high More than 50 of global executives surveyed for the Global Confidence Barometer s 12 th edition are planning to pursue acquisitions in the next 12 months Although the global deal market is running hot there is evidence to counter claims of it over heating Although M A value is challenging record highs there has been no associated increase in the volume of deals during the last M A cycle That suggests a high level of discipline in selecting the right deals Deal multiples are elevated but not at 2007 levels while bid premiums are in line with midpoints of prior M A cycles Other key measurements show headroom in the current cycle Total M A value as a share of global GDP is well below previous highs McCrostie adds Companies are not doing deals for deal s sake We are seeing a proliferation of high value deals but also an expansion of M A pipelines as companies carefully consider their strategic options before making a move Executives are expressing increasing confidence in the global economy and this combined with steady confidence in corporate earnings and attractive interest rates is fostering the conditions for companies to make bold M A moves Divergent economic and monetary conditions boost cross border deal making The total value of cross border deals has risen to US 716b up 48 on the same period in 2014 The top targeted country for cross border deals was the US US 184b closely followed by the UK US 169b Switzerland France and Mainland China complete the top five targeted nations In terms of overall value by country including domestic deals the US leads with US 1 01t 46 of all global M A Second most targeted is Mainland China US 222b followed by the UK Hong Kong and France With South Korea Australia and Japan Switzerland and Canada also in the top 10 there is a balanced spread of M A globally across North America Europe and Asia Life sciences deal market in rude

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  • News - EY - Closer collaboration between policymakers and businesses - EY - Global
    frameworks and policies and domestic political issues continue to challenge the pace of infrastructure development in the region Lynn Tho EY s Asean Infrastructure Advisory Leader says Some ASEAN countries have taken important steps to establish the necessary frameworks and demonstrate the political commitment to push through reforms to overcome funding and non funding bottlenecks Given that infrastructure developments in individual countries have historically been driven primarily by the respective government s priorities and constraints better coordination among government agencies across countries will be needed to effectively achieve the regional agenda The availability of regional funding support is critical Given the scale of funding required greater private sector investment and expertise will be key The report notes that some of the key requirements to achieve infrastructure delivery success in the region include establishing appropriate public private partnership PPP regulations and frameworks and dedicated PPP units simplifying and centralizing where appropriate government decision making processes and building the public sector s capacity to deliver and manage complex infrastructure projects A transparent and fair mechanism to drive financial integration The AEC is intended to be a smoothly functioning regional financial system with more liberalized capital account regimes and interlinked capital markets that will facilitate greater trade and investment flows in the region However given the varying stages in financial systems maturity and development across ASEAN achieving financial integration is inevitably one of the most challenging goals Financial integration in ASEAN will require three broad imperatives financial services liberalization capital account liberalization and the harmonization of payments and settlements systems In developing an integrated banking system the report recommends a double track implementation where ASEAN 5 Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore and Thailand proceeds on a faster track compared to the BCLMV Brunei Cambodia Laos Myanmar and Vietnam countries Such a dual track approach will enable certain financial services liberalization measures to move forward while existing domestic financial institutions and systems in the other markets strengthens and develops Refining work based immigration system to encourage regional mobility While the AEC Blueprint seeks to improve the flow of talent within ASEAN the focus has so far been on mutual recognition of professional qualifications There is currently no formal framework where citizens of ASEAN member states are given priority or enjoy streamlined immigration process compared to citizens of non ASEAN countries The wide variation in immigration procedures across ASEAN has also created uncertainties and inefficiencies for foreign applicants and employers alike This current lack of a coordinated framework within ASEAN which may inadvertently lead to citizens of non ASEAN states being favored discourages intra regional mobility Gaps in infrastructure technology customs and people clog supply chain ASEAN s heterogeneity in development levels can be seen as an edge as companies increasingly establish ASEAN wide integrated supply chains Differing levels of development combined with varied industry specialization across different countries allow for location complementarities However issues in the supply chain specifically the lack of harmonized customs processing old or outdated ports and airports poor use of technology

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  • News - EY's Global Pharma Business CASE™ helps biopharma drive commercial profitability - EY - Global
    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 Global Delivery Network Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Alumni Home Newsroom EY s Global Pharma Business CASE helps biopharma drive commercial profitability EY s Global Pharma Business CASE helps biopharma drive commercial profitability New York 28 July 2015 Newsroom News releases PR contacts PR activities Analyst relations Fact and figures Share In an era of shifting markets channels and customers EY is bringing clarity and insights to biopharmas commercial business through the use of advanced analytics EY s Global Pharma Business Commercial Analytics Suite CASE formally launches today CASE is an end to end suite of 13 biopharma specific commercial analytic modules that provide powerful actionable insights to help clients improve commercial strategies execution and performance 100 million already realized by biopharma through the use of EY s advanced analytics CASE is a proprietary platform that can give biopharma companies a greater understanding of their customers across sales marketing and market access said Kim Ramko EY Global and Americas Life Sciences sector leader From payer insights to patient outcomes and from multichannel optimization to campaign impact CASE can provide the actionable insights that are needed to drive commercial profitability In advance of today s formal launch EY professionals have already begun using the proprietary cloud enabled platform of CASE at 10 of the top 20 global biopharma companies In some of these engagements EY Helped a top 10 global biopharma company identify US 126m in revenue due to payer leakage missed revenue opportunities and patient co pay revenue optimization Helped a top 10 global pharmaceutical company analyze its multichannel marketing spend across Europe allowing it to target the right customers at the right time through the right channel Developed a new advanced and dynamic customer segmentation model that helped move a top 20 pharmaceutical company beyond the decile with significant market share gain CASE helps companies successfully leverage a combination of internal and third party data such as claims EHR and patient demographics in conjunction with new innovative commercial analytics to gain a competitive edge and increase their commercial profitability said Ric Cavieres the EY Global and Americas CASE leader For a large biopharma an increase in commercial profitability of just one percent equates to US 200 400M per year CASE can help you find that one percent More information about CASE including case studies a video and descriptions of each of the 13 commercial value chain modules please visit www ey com CASE And for more information on EY s broader analytics capabilities please visit www ey com analytics Ends About EY s Advisory Services In a world of unprecedented change EY Advisory believes a better working world means solving big complex industry issues and capitalizing on opportunities to help deliver outcomes that grow optimize and protect clients businesses From

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  • News - EY - Technology disruption drives record dealmaking in 2Q15 - EY - Global
    Newsroom News releases PR contacts PR activities Analyst relations Fact and figures Share 2Q15 aggregate value of disclosed value deals hit US 127 2b higher than any quarter since 2000 and up 65 over 1Q15 Quarterly deal volume inched above 1Q15 to set a sixth consecutive post dotcom bubble record of 1 014 deals According to EY s Global technology M A update April June 2015 technology disruption continues to accelerate as corporate technology buyers seeking broader solutions pushed 2Q15 deals to a record US 127 2b which is higher than any quarter since 2000 and up 65 over 1Q15 In addition the report finds that technology enabled digital transformations disrupting multiple industries are in their infancy with more big ticket transformative transactions anticipated The report finds that all categories of buyers corporate tech non tech and private equity PE contributed to record growth in 2Q15 However megadeals by corporate technology buyers fueled the biggest increase as semiconductor and communications equipment companies positioned themselves for a foreseeable future of explosive growth in Internet of Things IoT devices continued smart mobility expansion and the need for super performing cloud data centers Average value per disclosed value deal did soar to an all time record including the dotcom bubble PE buyers posted the third highest aggregate value in the eight years EY has produced these reports Notably big data analytics topped the chart in average value per deal in 2Q15 on the strength of the largest technology take private deal so far this year Jeff Liu Global Technology Industry Leader Transaction Advisory Services at EY says We ll see more megadeals in response to disruptive technology and cross industry blur Such deals position tech buyers with end to end solutions to address the explosive growth in IoT devices continued smart mobility expansion and the growing need for high performance cloud data centers to manage the computing load required by this rapidly arriving future Report highlights 2Q15 aggregate value of disclosed value deals hit US 127 2b up 65 sequentially over 1Q15 s post dotcom bubble record and 142 year over year YOY 15 deals topped US 1b including three above US 10b Average value per deal which even during the dotcom bubble never quite reached US 400m soared to a new all time high of US 563m Quarterly deal volume inched above 1Q15 to set a sixth consecutive post dotcom bubble record of 1 104 deals Strategic technology deal drivers remained strong especially security but consolidation was the 2Q15 watchword Cross border aggregate deal value set a new quarterly record of US 43 6b up 257 YOY and 35 sequentially Looking ahead robust dealmaking expected In 1Q15 non tech buyers drove the growth This time all buyer types posted big numbers The tech industry is transforming fueled by cross industry blur IoT and digital transformations and enabled by universal cloud adoption and a growing need to add cybersecurity to a wide range of products and services It s clear 2015 will be

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  • News - EY - Window of opportunity for steelmakers to transform - EY - Global
    2015 2016 It is EY s fifth annual analysis and assessment of the risks and opportunities facing companies in the steel sector globally Excess capacity continues to be the biggest challenge in the global steel sector amid declining growth in global demand driven in large part by China Much of the surplus capacity is attributable to Chinese steel producers although they are often displacing higher cost less efficient production elsewhere in the world The Chinese Government s planned rationalization of its steel sector over the next 10 years to deal with its excess capacity pollution low market concentration and lack of profitability is expected to create a smaller number of large and efficient Chinese steel companies Anjani Agrawal EY s Global Steel Leader says Non Chinese steelmakers have a small window of opportunity to build competitive advantage before supersized efficient Chinese steelmakers emerge more strongly in the global market To make the most of this opportunity the sector will need to undergo significant change and transform itself into a far more efficient and competitive sector able to create and retain value and turn profitable The report notes four key areas of transformation for steel companies around the world Rationalize excess capacity Increase market and product concentration Boost market competitiveness Embrace digital Rationalizing capacity in a global market Agrawal says Many steel producing countries still see themselves as isolated or domestic markets but that is no longer the reality Low cost excess capacity in one country is displacing production or sales in another and this is providing incentives for governments to implement regional policies to protect the domestic steel sector or even encourage more capacity Governments need to focus on making steel companies more globally competitive rather than providing support in the form of subsidies or temporary trade barriers and investors and capital providers must adopt more dynamic demand forecasting models and robust project appraisal processes Increasing market and product concentration Despite consolidation from 1995 to 2005 the global steel industry is still relatively fragmented with market share of the top 10 steelmakers at just 28 low in comparison to the automotive and seaborne iron ore markets Agrawal says Increasing globalization will push steelmakers into more consolidation to gain economies of scale global synergies expand product portfolios extend their value chains and access new markets As market concentration increases it should enable greater pricing discipline better capacity utilization and provide greater market power with customers suppliers and capital providers Boosting market competitiveness Steelmakers need to focus on developing premium value added niche downstream products for new sectors or specialty applications Leading companies are collaborating with their customers in the early stage of product development integrating R D manufacturing sales and supply chains Agrawal says Reconfiguring the supply chain to make it more efficient while maintaining agility and responsiveness to ever changing scenarios will be critical for steelmakers to become more competitive Embracing digital Digital is one of the defining megatrends right now but most steelmakers are yet to harness it to

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