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  • EY - EY is named a leader by IDC MarketScape on supply chain management consulting - EY - Global
    Change and Sustainability Services CertifyPoint China Overseas Investment Network Family Business 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 is named a leader by IDC MarketScape on supply chain management consulting Press release EY is named a leader by IDC MarketScape on supply chain management consulting London 9 September 2014 Newsroom News releases PR contacts PR activities Analyst relations Fact and figures Share EY announces today that its supply chain management SCM consulting services has been named a leader in this year s IDC MarketScape Worldwide Supply Chain Management Business Consulting Services 2014 Vendor Analysis doc 250614 September 2014 According to IDC s most recent analysis EY is among the most capable of all organizations at delivering value creating innovation in SCM consulting The report specifically highlights leading capabilities around helping clients expand their supply chain into new geographies reduce supply chain costs and improve supply chain efficiency EY has been boosting its supply chain value creating innovation for its clients through establishing alliances with organizations that are world leaders in specific operational areas or technologies These include Collaborating with Procter Gamble Co to license specific supply chain IP and know how to other organizations including providing access to Procter Gamble Co experts and facilities for benchmarking and knowledge sharing Collaborating with leading digital and analytical supply chain vendors to help companies make a step change in their end to end supply chain performance including the next generation of SAP SCM cloud based applications Andrew Caveney EY s Global Supply Chain Leader says We are delighted to be named a leader in SCM consulting and to be deemed the most capable at delivering value creating innovation EY is in the business of helping clients make their supply chain a key competitive differentiator and it is great to be recognized as we continue to deliver exceptional client service Cushing Anderson Vice President Business Consulting Services IDC says Clients consider EY to be better than many of its peers in the areas of challenging corporate culture directly improving the client s overall commercial performance and meeting project timelines Additionally EY s consultants are perceived as better at helping enterprises drive supply chain innovation through the organization creating a more effective supply chain and leveraging supply chain talent EY s SCM consulting practice works with companies to help transform their supply chains and operations to deliver both a competitive advantage and superior sustainable financial results The SCM practice is organized around deep industry experience and focuses on bringing industry specific operational insight from strategy through to execution including leveraging the latest SCM analytics and technologies Ends About EY EY is a global leader in assurance tax transaction and advisory services The insights and quality services we deliver help build trust

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  • EY completes combination with The Parthenon Group - EY - Global
    Tax Accounting Tax Performance Advisory Tax Policy and Controversy Transaction Tax VAT GST and Other Sales Taxes Transfer Pricing and Operating Model Effectiveness Strategic Growth Markets How we help Entrepreneurship EY SGM Initial public offering Venture capital Family business services Transactions About Transaction Advisory Services Corporate Development Divestiture Advisory Services Lead Advisory Operational Transaction Services Restructuring Strategy Services Transaction Support Transaction Tax Valuation Business Modelling Specialty Services Climate Change and Sustainability Services CertifyPoint China Overseas Investment Network Family Business 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 completes combination with The Parthenon Group building on its investment strategy capabilities Press release EY completes combination with The Parthenon Group building on its investment strategy capabilities New York 3 September 2014 Newsroom News releases PR contacts PR activities Analyst relations Fact and figures Share The global EY organization announced today that The Parthenon Group a global strategy consultancy with 300 professionals in offices in Boston London Mumbai San Francisco Shanghai and Singapore has joined EY The deal brings together EY s market leading growth world class brand and global reach with Parthenon s extensive strategy capabilities across the Global 1000 private equity and education markets With the combination complete Parthenon Group professionals and EY s Investment Strategy practices will operate under the Parthenon EY brand Bill Achtmeyer Chairman and founder of Parthenon will lead Parthenon EY which will be part of EY s global Transaction Advisory Services Clients want broader more strategic advice and combining our strengths and resources significantly expands EY s capabilities in the investment strategy market said Mark Weinberger EY Global Chairman CEO EY is delighted to welcome The Parthenon Group Parthenon EY will be strongly positioned in the marketplace to serve as a global strategic advisor It will work with companies to develop investment strategies across the capital lifecycle helping them determine when and where to invest and assess the viability of potential targets to achieve strategic objectives around growth and portfolio management Our number one goal has always been to serve as the strategic advisor of choice for CEOs and business leaders by offering our clients a steadfast commitment to life long partnerships and a high impact customized approach said Bill Achtmeyer EY has long fostered the same culture and thinking We re thrilled to be part of the EY organization Pip McCrostie EY Global Vice Chair Transaction Advisory Services concluded As business decisions become more complex in an increasingly global environment our clients demand leading investment strategy advice The combination with The Parthenon Group strengthens our existing investment strategy capabilities in key global markets enabling us to better support our clients Clearsight Advisors acted as exclusive financial advisor and Goodwin Procter LLP as legal counsel to The Parthenon Group on this combination EY

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  • EY – Private equity continues to outperform public markets in Europe - EY - Global
    IPO in 2013 to a level not seen since 2006 Thirteen companies floated last year compared to just three in 2012 with several of PE s best portfolio companies yet to hit the market Improved debt markets allowed secondary buyouts to recover Last year 55 of exits by number were to other PE firms companies a notable uptick from the 38 recorded in 2012 and the highest share of exits since 2007 highlighting increased confidence The rate of creditor exits fell to its lowest since before the crisis When corporate buyers return after yet another year of lackluster volume that has persisted since the downturn all three key exit routes will be at healthy levels of activity Sachin Date EY s Europe Middle East India and Africa Private Equity Leader says The past 10 years have been a rollercoaster for European private equity in terms of fund raising new investments and exit activity But PE is now emerging from the post crisis period in good shape with exits coming more steadily as the sector continues to stabilize PE outperformance is the most consistent source of investment return The study finds that PE outperformance versus comparable public companies is the largest source of gross investment return and also the most consistent through the highs and lows of the last nine years characterized by rapid growth 2005 07 the economic downturn 2008 09 and then slow recovery 2010 13 The benefits of additional leverage and underlying stock market performance are positive contributors to PE returns but have been more volatile as well as smaller overall Harry Nicholson Private Equity Partner and European study leader at EY comments Our large data set shows the positive effect of PE ownership translating into superior financial returns for investors even after we have discounted additional leverage and stock market performance Faster profit growth underpins PE outperformance The most important source of PE outperformance comes from faster profit growth than comparable public companies which is more important than smart or lucky buying and selling Faster profit growth in PE backed businesses has been driven by initiatives to increase revenue for example backing new products brands and market entry strategies and also operational efficiency initiatives Overall companies sold between 2005 and 2013 grew their EBITDA by over 8 per annum Date notes Our analysis shows the strong performance of businesses across Europe under PE ownership It also finds considerable value in the current PE portfolio that has yet to be realized This will support healthy exit activity in 2014 and beyond Outlook IPOs and secondary buyouts continue to represent strong exit routes for PE The European IPO market returned from a long hibernation in 2013 and this trend continues in 2014 with a steady stream of exits in the pipeline On the private side a continuing development of the European credit market will likely translate into substantial secondary buyout activity Improving fundraising conditions will support the new investment with totals expected to reach the pre crisis levels while

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  • EY appoints Randy Miller as Global Automotive and Transportation sector leader - EY - Global
    help Entrepreneurship EY SGM Initial public offering Venture capital Family business services Transactions About Transaction Advisory Services Corporate Development Divestiture Advisory Services Lead Advisory Operational Transaction Services Restructuring Strategy Services Transaction Support Transaction Tax Valuation Business Modelling Specialty Services Climate Change and Sustainability Services CertifyPoint China Overseas Investment Network Family Business 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 appoints Randy Miller as Global Automotive and Transportation Sector Leader EY appoints Randy Miller as Global Automotive and Transportation Sector Leader London 26 August 2014 Newsroom News releases PR contacts PR activities Analyst relations Fact and figures Share EY today announced the appointment of Randy Miller as Global Automotive and Transportation Sector Leader effective immediately As the sector leader Randy is responsible for managing the Global Automotive and Transportation Center and developing the organization s sector strategy and initiatives worldwide Additionally Randy is also the Global Client Service Partner for a major global vehicle manufacturer and will continue in this role Randy has more than 25 years of consulting and client service experience with EY and formerly with Andersen Business Consulting where he served as Global Automotive Sector Leader During his career Randy has held many lead advisory and risk advisory roles building strong relationships with some of the largest global clients in the automotive and manufacturing sectors and working across a wide variety of projects including program assurance risk management IT strategy and enterprise resource planning ERP implementations I am delighted to be named the new Global Automotive and Transportation Sector Leader for EY says Miller Today

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  • EY – Technology mergers and acquisitions soars by 57 percent in Q2 - EY - Global
    of 2014 value declined 21 in 2Q14 View an infographic from the report and the full results online at www ey com Technology Jeff Liu Global Technology Industry Transaction Advisory Services Leader Ernst Young LLP says Global technology M A is on course for a blockbuster year in 2014 Technology companies are cash rich and interest rates are low Moreover rapidly changing technology continues to create many new opportunities and so far in 2014 equity markets have remained resilient exhibiting low volatility despite growing geopolitical unrest That reinforces executives confidence in the global economy and in M A makes it easier for buyers and sellers to agree on valuations Cloud Software as a Service SaaS and smart mobility continued to drive 2Q14 technology deal making together accounting for more than 42 of volume for the quarter The bigger story however is the continuing growth of payment and financial services technology which experienced the highest average value among 2Q14 deal making trends In volume financial technology saw approximately 60 2Q14 deals which was more than 50 higher than its 2013 quarterly average In total value financial technology registered US 8 7b in 2Q14 which was 141 higher than its 2013 quarterly average Deal volume in the second quarter rose by 39 YOY and 15 sequentially to 872 deals setting a second consecutive new record for the 6 5 years since EY began producing these reports This was the fourth consecutive quarterly volume increase At 806 deals corporate volume also experienced its fourth consecutive increase up 17 sequentially and 41 YOY Private equity PE volume 66 deals declined 6 4 less deals sequentially after five consecutive quarterly increases but increased 16 YOY Similarly PE aggregate value fell well below recent levels At US 5 9b it was down 55 sequentially and 58 YOY Average value of PE deals was US 266m down 41 sequentially and 58 YOY the lowest level in three years Trends and deal drivers Financial technologies grew significantly as a target especially for point of sale and mobile payments As an indication of the depth of the healthy M A environment deal values increased across a broad swath of subsectors Cloud SaaS smart mobility big data analytics security advertising and marketing storage education and collaboration technologies all increased in volume faster than the overall market Total average deal value declined 24 sequentially and 7 YOY to US 231m but for a relatively good reason widespread strength at smaller deal sizes brought down the overall average Nothing less than a technology induced reinvention of all industries has begun moving toward sense and respond relationships between businesses and their customers and driven by the five transformational technology megatrends smart mobility cloud computing social networking big data analytics and accelerated technology adaptation says Liu At the same time macroeconomic conditions are supporting dealmaking with low interest rates appealing lending terms and stability in equities markets This confluence of factors will continue to drive record or near record global technology M A for

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  • EY - Michael Kanazawa to share results of global innovation surveys - EY - Global
    Corporate Development Divestiture Advisory Services Lead Advisory Operational Transaction Services Restructuring Strategy Services Transaction Support Transaction Tax Valuation Business Modelling Specialty Services Climate Change and Sustainability Services CertifyPoint China Overseas Investment Network Family Business 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 Ernst Young LLP s Michael Kanazawa to share results of global innovation surveys at 2014 Digital Experience Conference Ernst Young LLP s Michael Kanazawa to share results of global innovation surveys at 2014 Digital Experience Conference San Francisco 20 August 2014 Newsroom News releases PR contacts PR activities Analyst relations Fact and figures Share Former Bedrock principal and leading entrepreneur to discuss study and EY s new innovation experience studios Michael Kanazawa a principal with Ernst Young LLP and a leader in its strategy practice will speak today at the 2014 Total Digital Experience Conference Kanazawa will share results of recent global surveys on innovation as well as describe EY s innovation experience studios for generating greater innovation agility and deeper immersion in customer experiences We have been thrilled with how the former Bedrock team has rapidly integrated into the Ernst Young LLP team over the past few months It really shows in how our work with clients is coming together at an intersection of business and design to enable innovation said Cheryl Grise a principal with Ernst Young LLP and the EY Global Advisory Strategy leader Mike will share some of our team s latest thinking on innovation and strategic transformation at the conference which is setting a new model for how strategic consulting can be delivered in the future Kanazawa has both built and sold two innovative consulting firms throughout his career as an entrepreneur Those firms consulted to global corporations in driving from innovation through breakthrough corporate transformations He is the author of Big Ideas to Big Results and recently joined Ernst Young LLP when Bedrock Consultants combined with it Bedrock was a firm that he co created with David Takeuchi that blended strategy and transformation with design and branding capabilities to help companies generate industry disruptions Ends About EY s Advisory Services Improving business performance while managing risk is an increasingly complex business challenge Whether your focus is on broad business transformation or more specifically on achieving growth optimizing or protecting your business having the right advisors on your side can make all the difference Our 30 000 advisory professionals form one of the broadest global advisory networks of any professional organization delivering seasoned multidisciplinary teams that work with our clients to deliver a powerful and exceptional client service We use proven integrated methodologies to help you solve your most challenging business problems deliver a strong performance in complex market conditions and build sustainable stakeholder confidence for the longer term We understand

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  • EY – EY tabulates winners of the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards - EY - Global
    Network Family Business 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 tabulates winners of the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards EY tabulates winners of the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards Los Angeles 20 August 2014 Newsroom News releases PR contacts PR activities Analyst relations Fact and figures Share Awards null Ribbon 20 20Facebook blank link Middle Content title Facebook Awards source ey com null Ribbon 20 20LinkedIn blank link Middle Content title Linkedin Awards null Ribbon 20 20StumbleUpon blank link Middle Content title Stumbleupon Awards via EYNews null Ribbon 20 20Twitter blank link Middle Content title Twitter EY oversees Television Academy s transition to online voting The ballots for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards are in and the Los Angeles office of EY is busy triple checking the results to ensure the accuracy and integrity of television s biggest honors The Awards will be telecast live on NBC on Monday August 25 2014 5 00 p m PT 8 00 p m ET from the Nokia Theatre at L A LIVE in Los Angeles California Ernst Young LLP a leader in assurance tax transaction and advisory services and has been overseeing the balloting process for the Primetime Emmy Awards for 26 years EY worked closely with the Television Academy to oversee the process for the Emmy Awards transition to online voting This year online voting was used only for the first round of voting to determine the nominees In 2015 online voting will be used to determine both nominees and winners Andy Sale Ernst Young LLP lead partner serving the Television Academy says We are pleased to be working with the Television Academy to implement processes that are responsive to its members needs while at the same time continuing to ensure the security and accuracy by which the winners are determined During the past 66 years the Television Academy has been an industry leader recognizing television excellence and innovation in all aspects of the business EY is thrilled to celebrate 26 years as part of this great entertainment industry tradition EY implements numerous precautions to help ensure accuracy and safeguard results until they are announced on stage including multiple sets of sealed envelopes transported to the ceremony in separate cars triple checking all results keeping control of each envelope until it is handed to the presenter hand sealing every envelope and internally printing the winners envelopes so the results never leave the firm s Los Angeles office In the 26 years Ernst Young LLP has been handling the Emmy Awards there has not been a security breach in the balloting process And in true Emmy Award tradition the envelopes containing the names of the winners will be escorted down the red carpet in a briefcase handcuffed to a senior

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  • EY – Oil and gas megaproject overruns to cost industry more than US$500b - EY - Global
    oil and gas industry of these overruns On average current project estimated completion costs were 59 above the initial estimate In absolute terms the cumulative cost of the projects reviewed for the report has increased to US 1 7t from an original estimate of US 1 2t representing an incremental increase of US 500b Axel Preiss EY s Global Oil Gas Advisory Leader says While the report looks at current industry performance longer term industry outlooks suggest that project delivery success is actually decreasing especially in certain segments of the industry such as deepwater where complexity and risk are considerably higher Poor execution can potentially result in the project being economically uncompetitive and negatively impacting an organization s overall financial results Geographic influence on megaprojects Geographically the proportion of projects facing cost overruns is highest in the Middle East 89 followed by Asia Pacific 68 Africa 67 North America 58 Latin America 57 and Europe 53 These figures tie in with the proportion of projects reporting schedule delays with the Middle East being the highest 87 followed by Africa 82 Asia Pacific 80 Europe 74 Latin America 71 and North America 55 Project costs are significantly underestimated Critically from a capital investment perspective the research shows that in the post Final Investment Decision FID stage 65 of the projects analyzed were facing cost overruns with an average escalation of 23 from the approved FID budget The reasons for this are varied and may be impacted by the geographic location of the project Click here to access the image Barriers to successful project delivery There are several internal and external factors that influence the success of a megaproject Internal factors include inadequate planning access to funding poor procurement of contractors and contractor management aggressive estimates optimism bias and changing risk appetite Many of these areas can be addressed through thorough upfront planning and strong project management and to help improve overall project performance External factors such as regulatory issues and geopolitical challenges can also hamper performance In addition given the scale of the investment the impact of exchange rate fluctuations and commodity constraints can be severe and lead to megaprojects being delayed or even cancelled However with good project management the impact of external factors can be mitigated In order to secure economically attractive funding for megaprojects resource access rights and corporate approvals companies need to guarantee high levels of transparency value adding assurance and proven delivery capabilities says Preiss Clearly the external environment and regulatory and policy related changes are not as easily controlled as the internal project management related issues but the oil and gas industry can do significantly more to prepare for these issues so that their effects can be adequately managed within the project environment Conclusion Preiss concludes Companies can no longer rely on oil and gas price increases which in the past have masked many of the consequences of megaproject overruns Unconventional discoveries have already had an impact on the economic viability of many megaprojects and

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