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  • EY - Health Insurer of the future - EY - Global
    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 Industries Financial Services Insurance Health Insurer of the future Health Insurer of the future Share Against the backdrop of rising costs aging populations stressed infrastructure constrained resources and shifting regulations health insurers must develop new offerings and find new ways to operate Across diverse national health care markets there are unprecedented risks but also great opportunity thanks to breakthrough advances in technology and more sophisticated use of data and analytics As part of EY s purpose of building a better working world we are bringing together strategists and practitioners from across our practices including life sciences public sector health care insurance consumer products engineering and advanced technology to reimagine health care And we are closely engaged with client representatives and industry stakeholders to develop both big ideas and practical solutions Getting fit to play With more data coming from many sources how can it be used to drive sustainable change in customer behavior and provide insights underwriters could once only dream of Watch video Deciding to play How do you decide how and where to play How do you design the right partnerships And how do you play within the regulations Watch our video for more on these questions Watch video Six trends disrupting health insurance From chronic diseases to m health these megatrends represent both challenges and opportunities View the infographic The future of health insurance A road map through change We present a vision for the future of health care where the insurance contract changes from a short term transaction to a longer term partnership Read the white paper Usage Based Insurance The new normal Usage based insurance UBI provides an opportunity for insurers to tailor insurance to customers specific behaviours and usage patterns Read the white paper A consortium based solution for health insurers Success requires a core set of capabilities and attributes Learn more about the challenges and opportunities associated with these trends and EY s bold vision for the future View the infographic Disruptive trends shaping health insurance Given aging populations clinical and pharmaceutical complexity and rising expectations what is the way forward for healthcare funding Watch video The customer view of the future Who will be the customers of the future And what could a fundamentally different value proposition look like Watch video EY and

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  • EY - public private partnerships and global infrastructure - EY - Global
    a huge global infrastructure gap between what is in place and what is required Closing it by 2030 requires an estimated US 40 trillion to US 50 trillion Government revenues are constrained and public sector spending is constantly in the spotlight In such conditions it is more important than ever to get infrastructure procurement right which is where project finance and public private partnerships PPPs come in Globally the PPP model is at a pivotal junction In some places the established model and its core principles have changed since the global financial crisis In others which have little experience of PPPs governments are exploring the potential of the model Five key trends 1 Incentives The world s most vibrant PPP markets are those where the government sustains and advances projects through incentives They can range from access to skilled resources and government oversight to budgetary stimulus through dedicated PPP funds or other financial assistance such as guarantees But some governments have withdrawn budgetary incentives for PPPs on the grounds that they can be seen as jeopardizing the objectivity of procurement decisions As long as the assessment of which delivery model to use is rigorous and evidence based providing incentives for PPPs can bolster the pipeline 2 Standardization Standardization is particularly evident in the adoption of template risk allocation matrices standard form contracts and supporting documentation Markets adopting consistent positions and documents develop greater private sector engagement and stronger pipelines Standardization makes contract negotiations easier leads to shorter procurement time frames and lower bid costs for both the public and private sector partners 3 Intervention The global financial crisis harmed project finance markets Particularly detrimental were the withdrawal of institutional investors and the dominance of commercial banks offering short term debt solutions PPPs in some countries are regaining the prized participation of pension funds and insurers Where participation has broadened it has not been a purely market instigated phenomenon It has been driven by government intervention such as subsidized interest payments 4 Value The appraisal of the PPP model s value for money VFM relative to traditional procurement approaches remains a matter of much debate In particular the usefulness of quantitative VFM assessment has come under vociferous attack In this and other areas of procurement the opportunity cost for government and the broader impact on the economy are too often overlooked 5 Evaluation Midterm or retrospective scrutiny of projects is an important means of monitoring continued performance transparency and VFM However evidence from global PPP markets indicates that no robust and accepted evaluation methodology has been developed Governments can take the lead in developing comprehensive evaluation frameworks The PPP model The fundamental rationale for pursuing PPPs varies little from place to place The core tenets of risk allocation long term outcomes output basis and alignment of incentives appear to be as relevant today as ever When projects are not successful the reason is rarely a flaw in the rationale and principles of PPPs but more often mistakes and miscalculations in the

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  • EY - Citizen today: December 2015 - welcome - EY - Global
    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 Industries Government Public Sector Citizen Today December 2015 Citizen Today December 2015 Sir Angus Houston Australia s former defense chief is interviewed in Citizen Today Inside Welcome Making the most of hosting a sporting event Pension reforms crucial to economic and social wellbeing Defense forces changing as new threats emerge Talent strategies to build capabilities in government Payment by results incentivizing policy outcomes How education can help create entrepreneurs Solving problems through social enterprise Share Welcome to the latest edition of Citizen Today EY s magazine for government and the public sector According to the great American inventor and engineer Charles F Kettering The world hates change yet it is the only thing that has brought progress Change is one of the few constants in today s world and it is speeding up Product design life cycles are shorter New technologies are developed and adopted quicker Mass communication means that ideas can be understood by more people in less time The pace of change offers great opportunity for progress The challenge for government is to harness advances in technology and communications to produce better services for citizens In this issue of Citizen Today we sketch out some big challenges that need to be met and explore how governments can change the way they operate in order to meet these challenges Hosting a major event such as the Olympic Games or FIFA World Cup can transform a city or country We examine the steps that governments and organizers can take to make the most of the opportunity The way we work has been remodeled over recent decades But the way we save for retirement has remained stuck in the past We show how governments can encourage retirement saving and reduce the shortfall in funding for later life Sir Angus Houston has served as Australia s most senior military official In an exclusive interview he explores how operational and technological developments are affecting armed forces around the world Hiring and retaining the right people is key to developing capabilities We discuss the talent strategies that public sector leaders can put in place When the success of a policy depends on outcomes rather than outputs how should government change the way it commissions service providers We investigate Payments by Results arrangements The global economy must create 280 million jobs over the next four years if it is to provide enough opportunities for all new entrants to the labor market This challenge can only be met if more entrepreneurs set up and grow

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  • EY - Citizen today: August 2015 - welcome - 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 Industries Government Public Sector Citizen Today August 2015 Citizen Today August 2015 In this edition Special Secretary Amarendra Sinha discusses India s manufacturing plan Inside Welcome Big role for small business in India More efficient armed forces How Detroit recovered from bankruptcy How the US can get better at P3s Using digital for better public services Bigger school groups better outcomes Improving standards at Czech universities Share Welcome back to Citizen Today our magazine for government and the public sector The prolonged aftermath of the global financial crisis demographic change and technological advances have changed how governments deliver services There is a renewed focus on value for money How can public spending deliver the maximum possible benefit There is also a new imperative to be more responsive to the needs and preferences of service users How can governments provide services to citizens who are more connected than ever before and who expect convenience As Kathryn Campbell Secretary of Australia s Department of Human Services puts it People have very busy lives They don t want to be spending time queuing they want to be spending time with their family and friends Campbell explains how the use of digital platforms is helping her department become more responsive to citizens and free up capacity to meet ever growing service demands As governments allocate scarce resources departments are under increasing pressure from treasury departments and citizens to spend taxpayers money prudently creating the

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  • EY - Dynamics: Shaping agendas, changing lives - EY - Global
    Law 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 Industries Government Public Sector Dynamics Shaping agendas changing lives Dynamics Shaping agendas changing lives Inside Overview Shaping agendas changing lives Knowledge is powerful Public private partnerships Life support Taking forward the fight against poverty Country spotlight Bangladesh Share How can the EU demonstrate that development aid is spent in the right places on the right projects How can taxpayers be sure that EU aid programs are free from fraud and corruption And what can the EU do to show how aid spending can benefit Europe by building a safer more stable global geopolitical environment These are just some of the issues we address in this issue of Dynamics our magazine for the development community Shaping agendas changing lives We talk to Neven Mimica the European Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development and Klaus Rudischhauser Deputy Director General of the European Commission Directorate responsible for international cooperation and development about the European Year for Development We also offer inspiring stories of how the EU is helping improve conditions in three African countries

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  • Worldwide Women Public Sector Leaders Network - EY - Global
    at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Alumni Home Industries Worldwide Index of Women as Public Sector Leaders Worldwide Index of Women as Public Sector Leaders Inside Overview 2013 survey results Legislation and policy Labor force participation Conclusions and actions Share Last year EY published its inaugural Worldwide Index of Women as Public Sector Leaders which showed that while women account for around 48 of the overall public sector workforce they represent less than 20 of senior public sector leadership roles across the G20 We have updated the research to monitor what progress has been made to match the ambitions and public commitments of many governments This year s study shows that only five countries in the G20 have over a third or more women in senior leadership roles across the public sector Canada 45 9 Australia 39 2 South Africa 38 1 the United Kingdom 36 2 and Brazil 33 8 occupy the top slots respectively though South Africa has moved up one place to number three Overall the 2014 Index shows a moderately encouraging picture in all but five of the countries surveyed the proportion of women in public sector leadership posts has increased Overall progress has not been as swift as one might hope This year s Index again spotlights the fact that women remain significantly under represented in senior public service roles of most G20 countries as well as similarly under represented in parliaments and ministerial positions On average the proportion of women in relation to the overall population in the G20 has grown by 1 or 2 annually At this rate it would take at minimum five years for even the countries at the top of the Index to reach parity between men and women in these senior public leadership positions The 2014 Worldwide Index of Women as Public Sector Leaders G20 Country 2014 Index Rank Women Leaders 2014 Index 2013 Index Rank Women Leaders 2013 Index Canada 1 45 9 1 45 0 Australia 2 39 2 2 37 0 South Africa 3 38 1 4 33 8 United Kingdom 4 36 2 3 35 0 Brazil 5 33 8 5 32 1 United States 6 33 5 6 31 0 Italy 7 28 0 7 27 0 European Commission 8 27 5 9 20 5 Argentina 9 27 0 10 19 0 France 10 25 0 8 21 4 Russia 11 23 4 13 13 0 Mexico 12 20 6 11 14 0 Germany 13 17 0 14 13 0 Indonesia 14 16 4 16 8 7 India 15 14 8 18 7 7 Turkey 16 9 4 12 13 6 China 17 9 1 15 11 5 South Korea 18 4 8 17 8 6 Japan 19 1 8 19 2 5 Saudi Arabia 20 0 0 20 0 0 Link to full report Naledi Pandor Minister of Home Affairs South Africa What s the point of having better educated women if we find our aspirations blocked and our talents shortchanged in

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  • EY Building better budgets - EY - Global
    making public finances transparent overseeing the regular payment of salaries of civil servants and improving service delivery However strengthening budget institutions is neither easy nor quick We support governments around the world to improve service delivery become more transparent and accountable to citizens and reduce corruption We work with ministries agencies and departments to help manage public institutions and finances as well as implement public sector reforms that promote public accountability and greater engagement with society Over the past few decades we have helped build better budget institutions and improve the PFM capacity of many countries resulting in Improved budget management enhanced resource allocation and accountability as well as greater efficiency in service delivery Sustained improvements in fiscal discipline supported by clear institutional rules and accountability for performance A legal and regulatory framework that supports the strategic objectives of the modernized budget An integrated and comprehensive budget that maximizes returns to government spending through better targeting of strategic priorities and effective spending Program oriented budget management that underpins performance and service delivery Sustained and measurable improvements achieved through capacity building reforms Public sector accounting reform Accounting for better government In the wake of the global financial crisis citizens parliaments the media and other interest groups are increasingly demanding timely reliable and detailed information from public bodies To satisfy this demand governments and other public sector organizations need to provide better and more comprehensive information about their financial position and performance We can help public sector entities to convert from their current accounting framework to accrual based accounting and financial reporting standards such as the International Public Sector Accounting Standards IPSAS the International Financial Reporting Standards IFRS or national accrual based Generally Accepted Accounting Principles GAAP We have developed a robust conversion framework that will help governments implement best practice in public sector accounting We also have formed an alliance with CIPFA the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy to help public sector organizations prepare for IPSAS conversion Our professionals also provide clients with a full range of GAAP conversion services from assisting in the development of comprehensive diagnostic reviews and conversion implementation plans road maps to delivering comprehensive conversion projects Financial IT transformation Policymakers need to ensure that financial information is delivered in a transparent and timely manner Strengthened IT systems are often critical In addition to delivering better value for money IT transformation can lead to better quality and efficiency as well as guaranteeing data security and enhanced transparency However any IT transformation project requires dedicated resources a good understanding of leading practices the ability to transform business requirements to specific functional requirements and change and project management capabilities We have implemented financial IT projects for governments around the world Our offerings include Integrated Financial Management Information System IFMIS Planning budgeting and monitoring Centralized payments and budget control Financial consolidation Improvement of revenue collection Taxing questions and answers The way taxes are raised matters but it s not straightforward Globalization for example has made internationally mobile capital more

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  • About our government and public sector services - EY - Global
    Statement Audit Fraud Investigation Dispute Services Tax About Our Global Tax Services Country Tax Advisory Cross Border Tax Advisory Global Trade Global Compliance and Reporting Human Capital Private Client Services Law 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 Industries Government Public Sector About our government and public sector services Government Public Sector Overview About our Government Public Sector services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Share About our government and public sector services Our Global Government Public Sector GPS Center is the hub of a network of highly skilled professionals from our assurance tax transaction and advisory services dedicated to serving you in government and public sector organizations and institutions We connect teams around the globe who share information on current and emerging trends Teams who really understand your industry and who can speak your language This connectivity and knowledge sharing gives us the ability to Bring international experience and insight to our clients combined with local knowledge and understanding Provide sustainable solutions that deliver results not just diagnosis of problems Deliver with an entrepreneurial can do attitude in

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