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  • EY - Media and Entertainment - EY - Global
    stock market indices Riding the new wave of digital growth Media and entertainment companies have the opportunity to catch a new wave of growth as emerging markets embrace digital media Digital drives the agenda data delivers insights Media companies are focused on growth again We interviewed the CFOs from leading companies to find out how digital and data are playing major roles Sustaining digital leadership How can media companies embrace tech We discuss agile technology strategies for growth business models and customer engagement The future of television From binge watching to multi screen experiences these six emerging trends are directing the future of television Are you ready for what s ahead Knowing your customer means owning your data Explore data ownership and domain consolidation in digital analytics today Digital agility now Media companies digital revenues will overtake tradition channels by 2015 Learn more about the leaders who ve embraced mobile social cloud and big data technologies to achieve agility Media Entertainment 13th Capital Confidence Barometer Global map of cultural and creative industries Spotlight on Profitable Growth Volume VIII Riding the new wave of digital growth Digital drives the agenda data delivers insights Sustaining digital leadership The future of television Knowing your customer means owning your data Digital agility now Media Entertainment Overview About our Media Entertainment services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Press Doing business in a digital world In an industry synonymous with creativity and innovation the bar for business excellence is set high You need to embrace new technology develop new distribution models and satisfy the demands of a voracious and outspoken consumer At the same time it s important to manage costs exceed stakeholder expectations and comply with new regulations There s always another challenge just around the corner EY s Global Media Entertainment Center can help We bring together a worldwide team of 7 500 M E professionals with deep technical experience in providing assurance tax transaction and advisory services to the industry s leaders Our network of professionals collaborate and share knowledge around the world to provide consistent high quality service and leverage our leading market share position to provide you with actionable information quickly and reliably Key issues that we help you manage in today s media and entertainment environment include Implementing new business models The rapidly changing digital marketplace is placing new demands on systems and processes Many M E companies are taking a top to bottom look at the infrastructure that supports both new and old business models Many are finding that their organizations processes and tools are not up to the task of supporting the new digital business models We help our clients Develop processes and organizational infrastructure with the necessary flexibility to keep pace with the speed of digital innovation Reevaluate and improve systems processes and policies across both traditional and digital platforms Build IP management systems that encompass the entire life cycle associated with managing contracts rights use and royalties Deploy a rights management system that tracks which

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  • Overview - EY - Global
    the challenges ahead M A and capital raising in mining metals Mining and metals in an era of transparency Mining Eye Q4 2015 Make working capital work for you Good Mining International Limited Debt in the mining sector Global mining and metals tax guides Steel sector set to transform in 2015 Business risks in mining and metals 2015 2016 Mining Metals Overview About our Mining Metals services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Mining the opportunities With a strong but volatile outlook for the sector the global mining and metals industry is focused on future growth through expanded production without losing sight of operational efficiency and cost optimization The sector is also faced with the increased challenges of changing expectations in the maintenance of its social license to operate skills shortages effectively executing capital projects and meeting government revenue expectations EY s Global Mining Metals Center brings together a worldwide team of professionals to help you achieve your potential Based in Sydney our team is dedicated to offering industry insight and coordinating a network of more than 2 200 mining and metals professionals in 150 countries who will develop practical alternatives and provide tailored solutions to the issues you face Key issues in today s mining and metals environment include Stay informed Sign up for email alerts on the latest in mining metals Business risks facing the mining and metals sector Mining and metals businesses face risks that are becoming more extreme and more complex with resource nationalism skills shortage and infrastructure as the top three and the newcomer being sharing the benefits While the demand outlook remains strong the price peaks have passed and so there is a much greater imperative for mining and metals companies to remain nimble and sure footed in how they manage these fast changing risks Related content Independent director s cut business risks facing mining and metals 2015 2016 Managing fraud bribery and corruption risks in mining and metals Business risks in mining and metals 2015 2016 Business risks facing mining and metals 2015 16 Mandarin version Business risks facing mining and metals 2015 16 Russian version Productivity in mining now comes the hard part Renewables in mining futuristic or realistic The rising threat of substitution mining metals Productivity in mining Labor productivity in mining Productivity adopting broad transformation Productivity on both a volume and cost basis has been declining in the mining sector since 2000 The productivity decline has mostly been a conscious choice mining companies pursued production and revenue growth during the boom period in commodity prices and mines were developed to get product out as quickly as possible not as economically as possible Declines were across the productivity spectrum including labor capital and material with a major contributing factor to the decline being the challenge of operating at scale EY believes that the problem cannot be solved through individual cost cutting solutions a broad end to end business transformation is required to regain competitive advantage We also believe that innovation and

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  • EY - Oil & Gas - EY - Global
    gas requires a unique approach to doing business Learn how we can help Oil price volatility staying resilient What can oil companies expect from oil price volatility in 2015 and beyond Take a closer look at our resources on this topic Global oil and gas transactions review 2015 Driving operational performance in oil and gas Oil and Gas Capital Confidence Barometer Joint ventures for oil and gas megaprojects Private equity not afraid of low oil prices Capital projects 2015 Global oil and gas tax guide Seizing opportunities in shale gas Oil price volatility staying resilient Oil Gas Overview About our Oil Gas services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Events Press Fueling your future in a global economy With rising global energy demand the oil and gas industry has a wide range of challenges and opportunities across the upstream midstream downstream and oilfield services sectors We help oil and gas companies navigate through the changing regulatory environment manage risks and optimize performance To help seize new opportunities our oil and gas professionals provide guidance on key industry issues such as Competing and managing risk in oil and gas While risk continues to dominate the energy landscape competition is also becoming a dominate feature We help oil and gas companies understand their business risks and develop plans to manage or capitalize on them Our professionals understand business operations and use their knowledge to support clients in defining and developing their strategies and risk mitigation techniques Related content US oil and gas reserves study 2015 Seizing opportunities in shale gas Navigating joint ventures in oil and gas Oil price volatility staying resilient Canadian energy survey a new energy world Fueling the next generation Oil and gas cybersecurity time for a seismic shift Navigating geopolitics in oil and gas US oil and gas reserves study 2014 Competing in the global LNG market Getting ready for UK shale gas The Norwegian oil field service analysis Managing bribery and corruption risks in the oil and gas industry Authorized access uncovering insider threats within oil and gas companies Business pulse oil and gas Navigating M A and investment decisions Players in the capital intensive oil and gas industry began partnering more vigorously The past two years have seen a significant ramp up in oil companies planned investments in unconventional oil and gas plays with a marked increase in joint ventures and acquisitions Need to make better and more informed decisions about how to strategically manage capital and implement transactions in a changing world Let us help Related content Responding to shale s pressure test in 2015 Oil and Gas Capital Confidence Barometer Oil and gas transactions in review 2014 Canada Oil gas global corporate divestment study Cash in the barrel Global oil and gas transactions review The emergence of Canadian gas divestments Financing the future energy landscape Funding challenges in the oil and gas sector Strategic divestments drive value The MLP journey Cost reduction and process optimization Oil and gas companies have seen significant increases in

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  • EY - Power and Utilities - EY - Global
    disruptive force Will it be a threat or an opportunity for utilities Utilities Unbundled Issue 20 It s time for bigger more innovative thinking around utility business models We explore the latest trends in Utilities Unbundled EY renewables index crowns new leader An increasingly diverse policy landscape prompts a major reshuffle in our latest Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index while public private partnerships enter the policy spotlight Benchmarking European power and utility asset impairments With asset impairment on a high in 2014 how can European utilities effectively handle the 2015 impairment exercise Reshaping the world s energy markets Energy reform and unbundling is one of the most important challenges facing the power and utilities sector today Plug in Customer Why do most utilities struggle to satisfy customers We explore key lessons learned and how to chart a more effective path for the future Power Utilities Capital Confidence Barometer Power transactions and trends Q3 2015 How infrastructure builds economies communities Will microgrids be utility killers or saviors Utilities Unbundled Issue 20 EY renewables index crowns new leader Benchmarking European power and utility asset impairments Reshaping the world s energy markets Plug in Customer Power Utilities Overview About our Power Utilities services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Helping you master transformation in power and utilities Power and utilities companies globally face the triple challenge of improving environmental performance keeping consumers costs down and maintaining system reliability Our Global Power Utilities Center can help you meet the coming changes and resulting challenges We have over 4 400 power and utilities professionals worldwide with the broad experience to help you create strategies for future growth Key issues shaping the power and utilities environment today include Reshaping the generation mix and renewing aging networks Faced with ongoing policy pressure to reduce carbon emissions the sector has an opportunity to reshape the generation mix completely over the next 30 years through a mix of technologies But aging infrastructure means major investment decisions must be taken today These will have implications across the value chain as networks respond to different demands from generators and suppliers Companies are considering how best to react to the introduction of low carbon generation technologies with a host of ongoing make or buy questions Against the over riding imperative of maintaining security of supply key challenges include Deciding on the best generation mix for a particular market Navigating policy regimes from country to country Funding the acquisition or construction of low carbon generation assets Managing the risks of large scale construction projects Engaging with customers over the value of a low carbon future Related content Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index Power and utilities transactions and trends Accessing capital in times of austerity Power utilities remains a hugely capital intensive sector The strategic allocation of available capital and access to new sources of finance will become increasingly important over the coming decade Massive investment will be needed to Replace existing generation capacity while taking account of environmental factors Renew and upgrade aging

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  • Private Equity - EY - Global
    has declined However increased M A activity is reducing the need to sell via the public route Private equity briefing Southeast Asia September 2015 The number of private equity deals executed across Southeast Asia peaked in 2Q15 the highest since the global financial crisis Find out more here Private equity roundup for India 2015 We expect PE activity to remain robust in the near future but this depends in part on the successful implementation of government initiatives Private equity roundup for Africa 2015 A new African narrative has emerged one that investors ignore at their peril Read more in our Private equity roundup for Africa 2015 Private equity roundup for China China s shift from export to domestic consumption slowed growth but raised new opportunities Read more in our Private equity roundup China report Private equity roundup for Latin America 2015 Despite a challenging 2014 investors are not withdrawing from the region and positive secular trends should overcome cyclical volatility Regulation disrupts the private equity landscape Funding and financing for growth How do private equity investors create value Private Equity Public Exits Q3 2015 Private equity briefing Southeast Asia September 2015 Private equity roundup for India 2015 Private equity roundup for Africa 2015 Private equity roundup for China Private equity roundup for Latin America 2015 Private Equity Overview About our Private Equity services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Contacts Events Library Press Private equity winning in a new era Private equity firms are operating today in an increasingly uncertain environment After the global financial crisis the most important lesson learned was expect the unexpected Against this backdrop how do you balance buy and sell side opportunities and expand into new markets with a continued focus on value creation in existing portfolios all the while meeting expanding regulations and risks Are you strategically positioned Discover how we can help you gain perspective on issues and trends affecting the private equity industry including Creating value in private equity investments Those able to demonstrate a consistent track record in creating value in their portfolio which translates into best in class realized returns should be well positioned to attract fresh capital Private equity PE similar to other industries is not immune to continued macro economic uncertainties including the impacts of the US and European sovereign debt issues that cloud the horizon However PE is resilient nimble and has demonstrated an ability to withstand shocks It s no wonder private equity investors have come out of the recession with a renewed focus on organic revenue growth applying a more entrepreneurial mindset to working with their portfolio companies PE will once again have an opportunity to prove that its active ownership as we have found in both the North American and European studies on how PE investors create value enables it to create stronger and more profitable businesses In fact institutional investors are seeking exposure to Latin America s attractive growth story Brazil in particular like never before to initiate or expand their private equity investment programs

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  • Real Estate Overview - EY - Global
    how will commercial real estate values be affected Economic cities wave of growth in Saudi Arabia The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is investing heavily in real estate and infrastructure projects to resolve housing and employment challenges Explore the current trends Top ten thoughts for 2016 Trends in real estate private equity for 2016 How infrastructure builds economies communities Real Estate Hospitality Construction Capital Confidence Barometer Managing cyber security in real estate Hospitality trends 2015 Perspectives on risk 2015 REIT report Commercial property outlook in a rising rate environment Economic cities wave of growth in Saudi Arabia Real Estate Hospitality Construction Overview About our Real Estate Hospitality Construction services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Press Building your business future Today s real estate hospitality and construction companies must adopt new approaches to address regulatory requirements and financial risks while meeting the challenges of expanding globally and achieving sustainable growth Our Real Estate Hospitality Construction practice has the ability to mobilize a team of seasoned professionals to address complex and demanding challenges and provide seamless service on a global basis We can help move you forward Are you ready to break ground In working with you we draw on our industry knowledge and insight to help you strategically position yourself wherever you are in the world Let us help you better understand some of the key challenges facing the industry including Real estate IPOs With fewer financing options available companies increasingly are looking to IPOs to raise equity using the proceeds to refinance portfolios make new investments or to provide owners and investors with the opportunity to liquidate their holdings The IPO value journey We can help you evaluate your options and assist you throughout the entire process including working through the challenging accounting and tax issues Although the IPO event itself generally lasts 90 to 120 days the IPO value journey begins at least a year or two before the IPO and continues well beyond it Even when the financial climate is not ideal for fund raising it could be a good time to begin planning for an IPO while you wait for markets to settle The IPO journey is not easy but with the right people and careful planning real estate companies can navigate the long road from private to public ownership Related materials Visit EY s Global IPO Center of Excellence EY IPO leaders insights Europe Middle East India and Africa EY IPO leaders insights Get the most from your IPO Charting the right course Board governance for US IPO bound companies Regulatory and technical accounting changes Major regulatory and technical accounting changes are occurring in the US Europe and other geographies which has created a challenging environment for real estate hospitality and construction organizations These include the Dodd Frank Act the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive AIFMD and proposed accounting changes for leases and revenue recognition from the Financial Accounting Standards Board and International Accounting Standards Board We are committed to helping our clients understand how to

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  • EY - Overview - EY - Global
    companies pursue deals at a rate not seen this decade 3D printing taxation issues and impacts Technology is turning the world upside down for manufacturing and distribution Take a closer look at how we expect these changes to impact tax Stack to solution As cloud continues to transform the industry technology stacks are being displaced by cloud integrated solutions Is your company prepared for a big transformation At the intersection of tax and digital transformation Digital disruption is changing the geography of taxation and the value chain Take a closer look at the issues in our new monthly series Industrial mash ups A disruptive new partnering form will accelerate innovation again Global technology M A 4Q15 first look Global Corporate Divestment Study technology When the sharing economy knocks how will you answer Multifaceted security preparing a cyber offense Technology Capital Confidence Barometer 3D printing taxation issues and impacts Stack to solution At the intersection of tax and digital transformation Technology Overview About our Technology services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Operating in a new era Technology is a multifaceted influential and fluid industry whose executives must manage the art of being agile while focusing on operational excellence and meeting greater consumer demand Our worldwide team of industry focused assurance tax transaction and advisory professionals has the deep sector knowledge and technical experience to interpret the market and help you compete powerfully Key issues in today s technology environment include Cloud computing Is cloud computing transforming the industry The IT services now known as cloud computing have been around for decades but they never grew beyond a small fraction of total industry revenue Now however their time has come over the past few years a dizzying array of hardware and software available as services over the internet has emerged Consumers and businesses have embraced a multitude of cloud services from mature sales force management services to email and photo editing to the latest smartphone applications and the entire social networking phenomenon Further researchers project an imminent inflection point in the adoption of cloud services by organizations both large and small As cloud adoption becomes widespread its characteristic of enhancing business agility is likely to lead to an increasing pace of change for all industries worldwide Adding fuel to the interest in cloud computing is that cloud services advance green agendas they allow fuller utilization of shared infrastructure capacity thus consuming less power and lowering the carbon footprints of their users versus alternative IT approaches Visit our cloud computing resource site Social networking creating a presence Some organizations are creating a presence on social networks to promote products and services and to communicate directly with their customers But when an organization creates a profile for this purpose how does it define and communicate its privacy practices for the information it collects And how should employees who communicate with customers on an individual basis use the additional personal information available to them from their customers profile These are all questions companies using

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  • Telecommunications - EY - Global
    of this innovation for mobile operators Inside Telecommunications issue 15 In this issue we explore new partnering needs spurred by the Internet of Things smartphone growth opportunities in emerging markets and more Inside Telecommunications Issue 14 In this issue we explore industry themes including telco big data services network virtualization initiatives online piracy and antitrust reviews of in market mobile mergers Cash on the line Our 2014 working capital WC report found most telecommunications operators improved WC management Learn about the wide variety of ways these changes came about Telecommunications fixed assets survey How are telecoms companies responding to the challenges of fixed assets management Our fifth online global survey explores Inside Telecommunications Issue 17 Global telecoms digital playbook Global telecommunications study navigating the road to 2020 Inside Telecommunications issue 16 Mobile network operator on demand subscription management Inside Telecommunications issue 15 Inside Telecommunications Issue 14 Cash on the line Telecommunications fixed assets survey Telecommunications Overview About our Telecommunications services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Telecommunications transforming our society Telecommunications operators are mastering the demands of technological and regulatory changes while illustrating transparency customer innovation and bringing new services to the market Are you keeping up Whether your goals consist of adjusting your business model or boosting your market share we deliver on our promises so you can be at the forefront of change Tap into our industry focused knowledge on emerging and expanding telecom issues The growth in mobile money As the telecommunications sector turns to a new growth agenda mobile money services are becoming more important than ever The acceleration of mobile remittance services alongside new mobile payments highlights the opportunities for the mobile phone to redefine the movement of money by Lowering costs Increasing convenience Reducing fraud Interestingly many of the most successful services worldwide have originated in developed Asia where mobile contactless services are well established alongside money transfer services in emerging markets such as the Philippines and Kenya However opportunities have yet to be uncovered in many developed markets where financial inclusion is higher and where there is a greater diversity of existing payments channels Ultimately flexibility in terms of policy approach customer proposition and stakeholder management should be top of mind for all players as the handset catalyzes a more efficient customer payments experience and one that brings with it greater advantages in terms of information richness and location sensitivity Discover how we can help you lay the groundwork for tomorrow s mobile money solutions Related content Mobile money the next wave of growth in telecoms The need for data privacy and security is growing Privacy remains a significant issue for many telecommunications operators and poses ever increasing challenges This should come as no surprise operators capture and hold enormous amounts of data on their customers Factors such as new services the continued digitization of information as well as more accessible and ever cheaper digital storage have only increased and will continue to increase the amount and level of sensitivity of the personal

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