• Automotive Capital Confidence Barometer

    Middle-market deals will dominate M&A activities and future transactions, according to our latest Capital Confidence Barometer for the auto industry.

  • The new revenue recognition standard — automotive

    Due to the new revenue recognition standards recently issued, automotive entities may need to make changes. We highlight the key considerations and next steps.

  • Automotive transactions and trends

    In this report, we review the global automotive mergers and acquisitions that took place in 2Q14, and look ahead at the expected future trends.

  • Cash on the road 2014

    Our annual working capital report shows improved WC performance over the previous year. But what impact do regional variations have on overall results?

  • Automotive Capital Confidence Barometer

    Rising confidence in economic and employment growth, credit availability and corporate earnings all indicate automotive executives’ positive outlook. We explore these trends in our barometer.

  • Automotive industry: the quest for telematics 4.0

    Dialogue with the value chain: Munich executive roundtable summary. Read key findings highlighting the opportunities and challenges in the telematics marketplace.

  • Deploying autonomous vehicles (AVs)

    The urgency to make AVs a reality has gathered pace recently. This report offers our take on the commercial considerations and urban mobility scenarios.

  • The value of big data technology

    Businesses are racing to exploit the opportunities big data presents. How can they overcome the practical and legal difficulties of implementation?

  • The case against auditor rotation rules

    A growing number of countries are adopting auditor rotation rules to maintain independence and guard against overly close auditor/management relationships. We discuss the down sides.


Integrated services for automotive manufacturers, suppliers and retailers

Today’s automotive industry is affected by many trends. Governments are tempering the need for revenue with increased competition for labor and capital. Tax authorities are adapting their enforcement strategies, focus and policies in response to the changing dynamics of business. Companies are balancing competing priorities, ensuring they maintain compliance while adding value.

Through EY’s Global Automotive Center, we can assist you with these critical issues. Our 7,000 automotive-focused professionals collaborate and share knowledge around the world, to provide consistent, high-quality service to our automotive clients.

Key issues in today's automotive environment include:

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