Financial Services: Bringing the broader perspective
In today's complex business climate, the financial services industry demands an integrated approach to managing its uncertainties and opportunities.
At EY, our reputation is built on assembling multi-disciplinary teams from around the world to deliver a global perspective. Aligned to key industry groups including asset management, banking and capital markets, insurance and private equity, we provide integrated assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services.
And with nearly 35,000 dedicated financial services professionals globally, we naturally approach issues from every angle to quickly see the broader picture. This means you get a clear perspective of your market and the options available to you. It's how EY makes a difference.
Welcome to EY Financial Services.
Financial Services Briefing - Issue 2, 2012
We highlight insights from our Asset Management, Banking & Capital Markets and Insurance network on the key themes of the market - operational effectiveness, growth, capital, risk and regulation.
Planning for the new Service Organisation Reporting Standard
This technical update focuses on the introduction of ASAE3402 and its impact on organisations providing investment management services. ASAE3402 will require changes to service organisations' reporting processes and reports.
Customer loyalty in Financial Services across Asia Pacific
In May 2010, EY surveyed retail bank & general insurance customers across five Asia Pacific countries: Australia, China, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Singapore. The results reveal important insights about the mind-set of banking and insurance customers across the region.
Government in financial services: exits and strategies
This report includes findings from C-suite executives, heads of central banks, regulators and industry think tanks on exit routes available for governments to reverse their directive role in the financial services sector.
Insights on Basel Committee Update - Basel III
In this paper, we highlight the outcomes of the Basel Committee meeting of the 'Group of Governors and Heads of Supervision' held on 12 September. While the immediate impacts are not as substantial as earlier proposals suggested, there are clear implications for Australian banks.
Global banks brace for financial reform impact
The most sweeping set of financial regulatory reforms in a generation is about to gain considerable momentum. While policy questions remain open, the agenda set out by the G20 and the Basel Committee will change the way global banks do business and raise three key risks for the banking sector.
The US Dodd-Frank Act and financial services firms
With the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act, in the US, executives can expect a major transformation in the world in which financial services firms must operate. Read about immediate priorities and evaluate the impact of the law through a structured assessment of the strategic, tax and operational implications on your business model.
The $20 billion prize: an industry blueprint to implement SuperStream
EY and the Financial Services Council's joint research into SuperStream. Our aim is to provide the superannuation industry and government with an assessment of the opportunities and challenges to implementing the SuperStream recommendations, following responses from participants across the super fund industry as well as other key stakeholders, including employer representatives