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Recent Canadian news releases issued by EY:
- Productivity still down in mining and metals sector
Vancouver, 24 July 2014
Companies must overhaul business models to get productivity back on track
- Canada a top country for “good quality jobs for youth”
Toronto, 22 July 2014
Supporting entrepreneurship key to curbing youth unemployment
- LNG players in Atlantic Canada need to address capital and other issues to succeed
St. John's, 12 July 2014
Latest issue of East Coast Offshore availible now
- EY announces 2014 Québec Entrepreneur Of The Year™ finalists today
Montréal, 7 July 2014
EY is pleased to announce this year’s gravity-defying Entrepreneur Of The Year finalists in Québec.
- EY announces 2014 Prairies Entrepreneur Of The Year™ finalists today
Calgary, 7 July 2014
EY is pleased to announce this year’s gravity-defying Entrepreneur Of The Year finalists in the Prairies.
- EY announces 2014 Pacific Entrepreneur Of The Year™ finalists today
Vancouver, 7 July 2014
EY is pleased to announce this year’s gravity-defying Entrepreneur Of The Year finalists in the Pacific.
- EY announces 2014 Ontario Entrepreneur Of The Year™ finalists today
Toronto, 7 July 2014
EY is pleased to announce this year’s gravity-defying Entrepreneur Of The Year finalists in Ontario.
- EY announces 2014 Atlantic Entrepreneur Of The Year™ finalists today
Halifax, 7 July 2014
EY is pleased to announce this year's gravity-defying Entrepreneur Of The Year finalists in the Atlantic.
- EY opens Canadian Centre for Advanced Analytics in Nova Scotia
Halifax, 27 June 2014
EY is empowering Canadian businesses to capitalize on the transformational power of data analytics, with the launch of its Canadian Centre for Advanced Analytics (CAA) in Halifax today.
- EY closes deal with leading Atlantic IT and business consulting firm Ambir Solutions today
Toronto, 20 June 2014
EY officially welcomed Atlantic Canada’s leading independent IT and business consulting firm Ambir Solutions into its family today.
- EY named Professional Services Organization of the Year by Startup Canada
Toronto, 13 June 2014
At a reception in Toronto last night, EY was named Professional Services Organization of the Year by Startup Canada, for its commitment to and impact in supporting and investing in entrepreneurship in Canada.
- EY Charity Golf Classic raises record amount, all proceeds going to Peter Munk Cardiac Centre
Toronto, 12 June 2014
On June 11, 2014, EY partners, staff, clients and the business community participated in the 16th annual EY Charity Golf Classic in support of Peter Munk Cardiac Centre (PMCC).The event raised over $350,000.
- Incidence of corruption in Canadian organizations “disturbingly high”
Toronto, 11 June 2014
According to EY’s latest Global Fraud Survey, one in five (20%) Canadian executives believe bribery or corrupt practices happen widely in business in this country.
- Technology is a job creator, not destroyer
Toronto, 5 June 2014
According to a new EY survey, technology is a key driver of job creation among entrepreneurs. In fact, over half (51%) of the world’s top entrepreneurs agree that investments made in technology have changed their workforce – 81% of those saying it’s led them to hire.
- Tomorrow EY celebrates 150th anniversary with 3D chalk artist at Robson Square
Vancouver, 2 June 2014
EY has been making its mark as a leading professional services firm in Canada for 150 years, and now the firm is leaving its stamp on the street at Robson Square.
- EY to grow advisory services practice in Atlantic Canada
Halifax, 29 May 2014
EY is significantly growing its Advisory Practice in Atlantic Canada today by signing a letter of intent to bring Ambir Solutions into the EY family.
- 40% of financial advisors say they interact with clients via social media, but only 7% of clients say this is the case
Toronto, 22 May 2014
Financial advisors and their clients do not always see eye to eye when it comes to identifying key elements driving their relationships, according to EY’s third annual Wealth Management Survey: closing the gap.
- 5 factors set to determine BC LNG competitiveness
Toronto, 20 May 2014
Moving BC’s LNG opportunity from promise to reality requires all industry proponents come together and address five key factors impacting competitiveness, says EY in a new report.
- Growth on horizon for Canadian miners despite 51% decline in deal value
Toronto, 15 May 2014
Canadian mining and metals deal volume and value fell year-over-year in the first quarter of 2014. Still, the results are a modest improvement over Q4 2013, according to EY’s tenth semi-annual Mining & Metals Capital Confidence Barometer.
- High demand for Canadian assets, aggressive pricing driving power and utilities acquisitions
Toronto, 15 May 2014
In Canada and around the globe, power and utilities companies are showing a strong desire to do deals in the next year, according to a recent EY survey. But, they’re still dealing with uncertainty when it comes to pricing those deals.
- Canadian university and college students rank EY #1 employer for accounting, #2 for business
Toronto, 7 May 2014
EY's leading people culture has helped the professional services firm score top points with Canadian university and college students, and young people overall. This week, Universum's Canadian Student Survey ranked EY the #1 employer for accounting, and #2 for business, after only Google. Meanwhile, a separate competition named the firm one of Canada's Top Employers for Young People.
- Canadian Mining Eye shows optimistic but cautious start to the year
Toronto, 6 May 2014
Canadian mining equities showed modest signs of improvement during the first quarter of the year, underpinned by improved commodity prices and continued cost management, according to EY's Canadian Mining Eye: Q1 2014.
- Canadian executives’ confidence in global economy increased 24% in six months
Toronto, 14 April 2014
According to EY’s latest Capital Confidence Barometer, 79% of Canadian executives believe the global economy is improving – up 24% from October 2013. But despite that confidence, companies are still focusing on controlling costs to optimize capital over the next 12 months.
- Thin capitalization rules could impact foreign investors in Canadian oil and gas
St. John’s, 8 April 2014
Thin capitalization rules pack a big punch when it comes to the cost of financing operations, EY says in the latest edition of East Coast Offshore. Companies looking to invest in Canada’s East Coast Offshore must be mindful of ongoing changes or risk paying more down the road.
- LNG pricing critically important for securing demand
Toronto, 4 April 2014
Pricing structures will be key in determining the future of LNG exports, says EY in a new report, Competing for LNG demand: the pricing structure debate.
- Pressure is on P&C insurers to improve bottom line after catastrophic 2013
Toronto, 1 April 2014
After a series of catastrophic losses in 2013, Canada’s property and casualty insurers need to focus on improving their bottom line through internal investments in technology and operations. According to a new EY report, this is especially critical for those companies seeking growth via mergers and acquisitions.
- Plan ahead to reap the best tax savings
Toronto, 31 March 2014
With only 30 days to the personal tax filing deadline, EY reminds taxpayers that being proactive about tax planning throughout the year is the best tax savings strategy.
- Companies missing huge opportunity to prevent fraud with data analytics
Toronto, 27 March 2014
Big data can be a powerful tool for deterring, detecting and investigating fraud throughout organizations and yet far too few companies are effectively leveraging forensic data analytics, according to EY’s report, Big risks require big data thinking: Global forensic data analytics survey 2014.
- EY seeks exceptional women entrepreneurs for 2014 Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ Program
Toronto, 25 March 2014
EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women — a program that saw one Canadian participant increase sales by 50% — is launching again and EY is looking for the next wave of Canadian women on the cusp of growth.
- EY sources available to provide insight on Canada’s entrepreneurial ecosystem
Saint John, 24 March 2014
The combined power of governments, entrepreneurs and corporations can stimulate economic growth and put Canada back on the fast track to recovery, EY will underline tomorrow at a panel discussion to be held at the University of New Brunswick.
- 70% of leading media companies ready to sacrifice revenue for long-term digital growth
Toronto, March 6 2014
Seventy-percent of “digital leaders” in the media and entertainment (M&E) industry are willing to accept short-term revenue losses to invest in long-term digital growth, according to a new EY report.
- Five tax questions to avoid costly implications when operating in the cloud
Toronto, March 5 2014
Failing to ask the right tax questions as your company moves into the cloud can cost you, and hurt the bottom line, says EY’s report Cloud taxation issues and impacts.
- Ready, set, nominate! Entrepreneur Of The Year program kicks off today
Toronto, March 3 2014
“Canada’s best entrepreneurs thrive when the economy is up and down,” says Colleen McMorrow, EY partner and National Entrepreneur Of The Year program director. “They defy the odds, defy the impossible and defy everyone who told them they couldn’t achieve results.”
- Canadian mining deal volume continues seven-year decline, falling 33% in 2013
Toronto, February 26 2014
Transactions in the global mining and metals industry — and Canada —continued to decline off the back of a seven-year low in volumes in 2013, reveals EY’s Mergers, acquisitions and capital raising in mining and metals: 2013 trends 2014 outlook report.
- EY calls for bold action to move women into board and executive roles
Toronto, February 24 2014
Women are making little to no progress in breaking down the barriers to executive leadership or board membership – but that can change, EY says in a new report released today.
- EY sources available to provide federal budget insight
Toronto, 10 February 2014
The federal government continues its mission to balance the budget by 2015. With promises to close remaining tax loopholes and maintain its focus on jobs, growth and long-term prosperity – all while not increasing taxes – what will be the impact on Canadian businesses and taxpayers?
- Inclusiveness drives long-term business success
Toronto, 10 February 2014
Fostering diverse teams is critical to long-term success in today’s fast-evolving, increasingly global world, says EY. Today, the firm — celebrating its 150th anniversary in Canada this year — was named one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for the seventh year in a row.
- Canadian mining equities down 45% year-over-year according to Q4 Canadian Mining Eye
Toronto, 6 February 2014
Canadian mining equities witnessed a 45% decrease in market capitalization over the course of 2013, according to EY’s Canadian Mining Eye: Q4 2013.
- Interest rate risks, subpar yields challenging Canadian life insurers
Toronto, 5 February 2014
Despite signs of improving market conditions on the global scale, a new EY report suggests – in Canada’s continuing low interest rate environment – life insurers should be focusing on their product offerings to make up for subpar yields, while giving customers what they want and spurring growth.
- Latest Only 41% of companies approach divestments strategically, despite benefits
Toronto, 29 January 2014
Only 41% of executives said that their strategic portfolio review drove their last divestment decision — despite the fact that 80% of companies that based divestment decisions on portfolio reviews experienced a higher valuation multiple in the remaining business, according to EY’s 2014 Global Corporate Divestment Study.
- Latest issue of East Coast Offshore highlights new oil and gas developments
St. John's, 16 January 2014
Severing employment and incorporating is no easy decision, according to the latest issue of EY’s East Coast Offshore. Individuals must consider a number of Canadian Income Tax Act provisions and Canada Revenue Agency administrative positions before making the leap to incorporate.
- Six trends will drive seismic shift in media and entertainment industry in 2014
Toronto, 8 January 2014
Viewer demands for control and new experiences are driving change across the media and entertainment industry, according to a new report by EY. Future of television identifies six key trends that will transform television in the years ahead.