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  • Assurance - EY - Global
    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 Mining Metals Mining and metals assurance services Mining Metals Overview About our Mining Metals services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Share Mining and metals assurance services Independent audit Our risk based audit approach provides enhanced assurance as we consider all aspects of business and accounting issues in the mining and metals sector and their impact on our clients financial statements Our teams are built on a foundation of sector knowledge and deep technical experience so we can provide business insights to management not simply an audit opinion Global Financial Accounting Advisory Services FAAS FAAS brings our deep experience in technical accounting matters and provides mining and metals clients with timely customized insights regarding Significant accounting changes and GAAP conversions including IFRS Accounting support for due diligence Assistance on IPOs Accounting guidance for finance function transformation Support for implementing new standards and improving financial communication We have an extensive global pool of professionals with strong IFRS knowledge who understand the specific implications of IFRS for mining and metals companies and have deep knowledge of leading practices in the sector Climate change and sustainability services Developing a social license to operate is critical our Climate change and sustainability services practice addresses emerging business issues and provides an extensive range of services in areas such as Sustainability reporting and assurance Sustainability strategy Reputation issues Environmental

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  • Mining and metals tax Services - EY - Global
    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 Mining Metals Mining and metals tax services Mining Metals Overview About our Mining Metals services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Share Mining and metals tax services The business and tax landscapes have changed dramatically and the pace and complexity of change continues to increase We help our mining and metals clients navigate this shifting landscape with support around taxation issues relating to mining metals As one of the world s most globally coordinated tax practices with a network of professionals in more than 120 countries our tax practice is organized across geographic areas and business lines to deliver services seamlessly to our clients How we can help Transfer pricing We bring you a global perspective based on our long standing experience of what really works in transfer pricing and tax effective supply chain management in the sector Our multi disciplinary teams can help you build and implement the structure that makes sense for your business improve your processes and manage the cost of trade Our transfer pricing professionals help you review document manage and defend your transfer pricing policies and processes aligning them with your business strategy We can help you with Transfer pricing planning Global documentation Global transfer pricing controversy and risk management Tax effective supply chain management Transfer pricing in financial services Transfer pricing and customs Global compliance and reporting Our teams work together in EY s global model to complete timely and accurate tax and financial filings so companies have an increased level of confidence that they are meeting legal obligations Our people also can identify ways to help increase value efficiency and control in these core functions Human capital including expatriate services With skills shortages in the sector and the increasingly mobile nature of mining and metals teams we understand the needs of attracting managing and retaining people who are constantly moving across borders Our performance and reward professionals help design compensation programs and equity incentives to engage key people and attract top flight talent We offer assistance in helping you meet local regulatory change and manage global talent effectively Tax policy and controversy Resource nationalism is on the rise and there is a continuing need to engage and negotiate with government Our worldwide network of tax policy and controversy professionals includes former top government officials who are committed to helping you with strategies to engage with government and to proactively manage risks to avoid unnecessary conflict with tax authorities We can also help resolve existing disputes in ways that reduce the impact on

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  • Mining and metals transaction advisory services - EY - Global
    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 Mining Metals Mining and metals transaction advisory services Mining Metals Overview About our Mining Metals services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Share Mining and metals transaction advisory services Our global network of transaction advisory professionals is dedicated to the mining and metals sector providing our clients with seamless service no matter where you are in the world Companies approach Ernst and Young for advice so that they can make more informed decisions about how they strategically manage capital and transactions in a changing world Whether you re preserving optimizing raising or investing capital our Transaction Advisory Services team brings together a unique combination of skills insights and experience to deliver tailored advice attuned to your needs helping you drive competitive advantage and increased shareholder returns through improved decision making across all aspects of your capital agenda How we can help The team provides advice and

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  • EY - Mining and metals contact us - EY - Global
    Assurance Services Accounting Compliance and Reporting Climate Change and Sustainability Services Financial Accounting Advisory Services Financial Statement Audit Fraud Investigation Dispute Services Tax About Our Global Tax Services Country Tax Advisory Cross Border Tax Advisory 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 Mining Metals Mining and Metals contacts Mining Metals Overview About our Mining Metals services Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Library Contacts Share Mining and Metals contacts Global and Area Contacts Asia Pacific Global Mining Metals Leader Miguel Zweig 55 11 2573 3363 Oceania Mining Metals Leader Scott Grimley 61 8 9429 2409 China and Mongolia Mining Metals Leader Peter Markey 86 21 2228 2616 Japan Japan Mining Metals Leader Andrew Cowell 81 3 3503 3435 Europe Middle East India and Africa United Kingdom and Ireland Mining Metals Leader Lee Downham 44 20 7951 2178 Commonwealth of Independent States Mining Metals Leader Evgeni Khrustalev 7 495 648 9624 France Luxemburg Maghreb MENA Christian Mion 33 1 46 93 65 47 India Mining Metals Leader Anjani Agrawal

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  • Overview - EY - Global
    for 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

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  • EY Productivity in mining: now comes the hard part - EY - Global
    case for broad transformation found the decline had been more significant than that for other sectors So we tailored our subsequent research to better understand why the decline was so significant and how different organizations have addressed this issue This survey conducted in association with the Sustainable Minerals Institute at the University of Queensland and Imperial College London included more than 60 interviews with senior mining executives from around the world to understand The key productivity challenges the sector is facing The key initiatives being developed to overcome these challenges Better practices to manage these initiatives in the post supercycle environment Over the broad spectrum of different mining operations geographic location commodity focus and age it is difficult to define the exact size of the productivity problem Economists refer to productivity as multifactor in that a range of factors are measured including labor capital and material resource These factors are often reported individually e g labor productivity has declined 35 since 2007 in the South African gold sector and capital productivity in Australia has declined 45 since 2000 Each of these factors has declined across most of the mining sector significantly more than for other sectors resulting in a significant decline in total productivity Mining labor productivity 2004 100 Source Country statistical data EY The executives we interviewed told us that productivity is the number one challenge in the mining sector and is firmly on the CEO s agenda The expected declines in labor capital and material resource productivity all occurred but an additional factor of economies of scale was thought to play a big role in the decline Many have found that productivity decreased as operations got larger and that it was difficult to manage the complexity of these larger operations particularly given the additional challenge of high turnover and lack of staff experienced in focusing on driving efficiency The growth in mining operations has resulted in complex structures and inadequate functional collaboration We always want to get bigger and grow to the point where we ve got maximum economies of scale I think it s fair to say that a number of operations have gone over the point of economies of scale to what I call diseconomies of scale The integration gap the reality of the productivity issue Many productivity initiatives to date have focused on cost cutting which have led to some modest short term results but our survey participants acknowledged that what needs to be done now is more complex Our view is that mining companies should move beyond point solutions and adopt an end to end solution to transform the business There is a need to ensure that each part of the business is optimized not on its own but as part of a business system A number of the executives interviewed highlighted the integration gap and their desire to close it Addressing integration is a key challenge for improving productivity and requires an approach that breaks down the silos and adopts an end to

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  • EY Renewables in mining: Futuristic or realistic? - EY - Global
    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 Mining Metals Renewables in mining futuristic or realistic Renewables in mining futuristic or realistic Share Mining is an energy intensive industry and energy is an essential operational consideration Energy access is becoming increasingly difficult and expensive in many regions of the world with global energy prices leaping by 260 since 2000 Falling grades require more energy to extract each tonne of mineral Miners are grappling with these increasing costs while commodity prices tighten resulting in ever narrowing operating margins There are also other pressures on energy such as increased opposition from communities to new conventional energy sources Chile is at the epicentre of this conflict as Environmental opposition exists for any new coal fired power Nuclear is not an option due to seismic risks The community is opposed to expanding hydro power due to the loss of wilderness areas and the impact of high voltage transmission lines spanning the country In emerging and frontier countries the need for alternative energy sources is further amplified as mining and metal companies have to compete with both governments and communities for these scarce resources Rarely does the economic value created with energy use come into allocation decisions This has a direct impact on the industry s all too important social license to operate The role that renewables will play is not as remote or futuristic as you may think The arguments for large investments in renewable energy go beyond sustainability and social responsibility and have now become a solid economic reason for miners Mitigating risk An alternate energy strategy can help companies Achieve energy security Reduce exposure to energy price volatility Improve energy price prediction Many of the world s largest mining companies are evaluating greater use of renewable energy plants a trend set to intensify rapidly This is part of a broader strategy to lock in long term fixed electricity prices and availability while minimizing exposure to regulatory changes market pricing and rising residential demand Sustainability commitments Companies can enhance reputation and brand by meeting the sustainability expectations of customers investors and other stakeholders They can also avoid long term carbon and environmental penalties by complying with current and future regulatory requirements and be well positioned for regional or national carbon cap and trade programs Remote locations Despite having extensive energy requirements many mines are located in remote locations far from the power grid Therefore miners often deal with transporting diesel fuel over extremely long distances to feed on site generators The more remote the mine the more likely alternative power solutions are required Chile is a key example with operations being remote at altitude and a long way from electricity making

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  • The rising threat of substitution: mining & metals - EY - Global
    mining metals via EYNews null Ribbon 20 20Twitter blank link Middle Content title Twitter Substitution comes in many forms and can have a market altering impact on an organization The super cycle has been unprecedented in its scope and duration This uniqueness has sown the seeds of the next disruption to business models Bob Stall Americas Mining Metals Transactions Leader The starkest example is that of the switching of shale gas for coal in the United States Coal s share of power generation stood at about a third and natural gas accounted for approximately 30 in 2012 compared with 50 and 18 respectively in 2002 Top risks for coal in 2013 14 Source Business risks in mining and metals 2013 2014 EY The prolonged existence of large scarcity premiums in many metals during the super cycle provided the economic incentive for metals consumers to look for alternatives the greater the scarcity the more urgent the hunt Those most at risk are single commodity organizations or organizations where one commodity dominates the product mix profit share Although substitution appears to have taken some by surprise close monitoring of its major drivers can be used as an early warning system These drivers include Regulatory change Market drivers market mismatches between metals allowing arbitrage or so called price driven substitution Products with low profit margins and less dependence on quality and performance Environmental concerns Advances in technology Reduction in dependency on imported material We take a closer look at the substitution of Shale gas for coal An increase in gas production an associated fall in gas prices driven by the technological breakthroughs allowing large scale shale gas production and a change in regulations have caused large scale coal to gas switching in the US Aluminum for steel The US Government s new emissions standards have led to a steel for aluminum substitution with steel producers turning to high tech steel products as a means of defending their market share Aluminum plastics fiber optics or steel and graphene for copper With a scarcity premium still present in its price copper is at significant risk of substitution in roofing plumbing tubes refrigeration air conditioning and computer chip interconnects Palladium for platinum Related to the automotive industry is the substitution of palladium for platinum in gasoline and diesel catalytic converters Palladium demand is intensifying globally due to more stringent government emissions regulation Pig iron for nickel Chinese nickel pig iron production remains a major issue for global nickel supply Rare earths China s export restrictions and the associated challenges of availability and supply security have caused automakers clean tech developers and rare earth substitute makers to look for alternatives to reduce their exposure to these expensive raw materials How are companies responding The knowledge of possible substitutes is generally well known but historic price relationships regulations and technologies tend to reinforce thinking that the status quo will be preserved This causes the risk to be underplayed in enterprise risk management activity where the likelihood of substitution

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