We are pleased to present the latest edition of EY Corporate and Commercial Law global update, the purpose of which is to inform EY clients and colleagues of the noteworthy and most recent legal news across a number of jurisdictions. In this issue, we have articles from a total of 25 jurisdictions on current legal … More Corporate and Commercial Law global update
For most of the previous century, the value of a business was determined in large part by its tangible assets, but in the current digital era, tangible assets comprise less of a company’s value than they once did. This changing shape of business value has created clear problems for our economy – because the more … More Long-term value drivers and company performance
Is frictionless commerce an opportunity to deploy time and capital in more constructive ways? We have now entered the age of superfluid markets. New technologies are converging to eliminate even more inefficiencies and frictions from markets. While we can’t predict exactly what the future will look like, superfluidity will have a profound impact on both markets … More Will superfluid markets change companies as we know them?
We are pleased to present the latest edition of EY Corporate and Commercial Law global update, which purpose is to inform EY clients and colleagues of the noteworthy and most recent legal news across a number of jurisdictions. In this issue, we have articles from a total of 26 jurisdictions on current legal affairs around … More Corporate and Commercial Law — global update
Key stats: 82% of law departments expect their legal needs to increase in 2018. Top areas requiring attention include commercial contracts, regulatory compliance and international business units. 70% savings in expenditure involved in legal reviews with the use of analytics. Focus on innovation Relatively few general counsel (GC) focus on innovation within the legal function. … More What’s driving your law agenda?
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), signed into law on December 22, 2017, has widespread business implications affecting companies headquartered in the US, as well as any global company with operations in the US. As the tax department leads the company’s planning efforts, several corporate functions will be impacted by the reaction to the … More US tax reform: Key considerations for in-house counsel — navigating change and driving efficiencies
Disruption and new technologies mean new risks. Is your organization ready to manage them? The transformative age is increasing the complexity of organizational ecosystems at a speed never before seen. New digital technologies are driving an intense focus on developing disruptive new business models, creating new experiences, utilizing contingent and mobile workforces, and blurring traditional … More Risk. Innovation. Can your business strategy tell the difference?
The US Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed at the end of 2017 and represents the most significant US tax reform in more than 30 years. Most of its provisions came into force on 1 January 2018. For many groups headquartered in Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA), the US represents their … More Value potential for multinationals’ operating model and transaction plans – US tax reform
Some companies in the technology, media and telecommunications sector are doing it differently — and seeing results. A new study from Parthenon-EY shows that, when it comes to best practices in capital budgeting, top performers from the technology, media and telecommunications segments (TMT) might be onto something. That is, these leaders share a handful of … More Can the capital allocation process be a competitive advantage?
Read the full press release on EY’s Global Newsroom. Global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity continues to gain strength following heightened dealmaking in the first quarter of 2017, according to the EY 16th Global Capital Confidence Barometer (CCB). Ongoing geopolitical uncertainty has not dented deal appetite among executives. Based on a survey of more than … More Economic confidence and growth imperative overshadow geopolitical concerns and spur further M&A