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Most recent news releases
31 March 2015
Swiss M&A activity slowed down in Q1 2015 after SNB decision
Swiss M&A activity in the first quarter of 2015 was characterized by a decreasing number of deals and a lower deal volume. The Swiss economy was shaken up as the Swiss National Bank (SNB) surprised the market with its decision to abandon the CHF/EUR exchange rate floor.
26 March 2015
IPOs in Q1 2015: Big push in Europe, a lull in the US and a record in Switzerland
IPOs have lost some of their attraction. According to a current study by EY, the number of flotations fell globally in Q1 2015. The US market, in particular, weakened, with both the volume and the number of IPOs falling by half compared to the same quarter last year.
24 March 2015
EY Customer Pulse 2015: What will the financial services client of tomorrow pay for?
Banks and insurance companies are currently facing an array of challenges, including increased cost and margin pressure, low interest rates, technological advances and, in particular, changing client behavior.
16 March 2015
EY survey: Swiss companies are global leaders in terms of planned investment in digitization
Swiss companies aim to invest an average of CHF 47 million in digitization – putting them in pole position internationally / Worldwide, companies see technology as by far the most important driver for changes to their business model, ahead of competition and customers’ behavior / Swiss companies have the most optimistic view of digitization worldwide
28 January 2015
EY Switzerland strengthens strategic M&A Advisory business
Effective 1 February 2015, the Mergers & Acquisitions business within Transaction Advisory Services will be expanded, with Ronald Sauser becoming the new Leader. A total of four experienced advisers will join the M&A team in an important step for the growth strategy.
21 January 2015
EY appoints Stefan Rösch-Rütsche as new Transaction Advisory Services Leader Switzerland
Stefan Rösch-Rütsche (50) assumed responsibility for Transaction Advisory Services at EY on 1 January 2015. The new service line leader developed his expertise through many years as an EY partner, both in Switzerland and abroad, in various areas of transaction consultancy.
20 January 2015
SNB decision: EY recommends companies set up a task force
The abandonment of the Swiss franc's cap took many companies by surprise. EY recommends that affected companies rapidly put together an interdisciplinary task force.
20 January 2015
Record M&A year for the life science industry forces the hand of big pharma
Mergers and acquisitions by large life science companies reached record volumes last year. According to Firepower fireworks, EY’s new report on life sciences dealmaking in 2014, the value of all M&A transactions worldwide reached USD 223 billion, which represents an increase on 2013 of more than 150%.
13 January 2015
Spotlight firmly on residential real estate in 2015
Real estate investments in Switzerland remain attractive for 2015. Almost all respondents (97%) described the current real estate market as attractive or very attractive, representing a year-on-year rise in locational advantage (2014: 80%).
12 January 2015
Swiss M&A market reached exceptional performance in 2014
In the last quarter of 2014, the Swiss M&A market lost some momentum compared to the outstanding results of previous quarters, but still performed well in a historical context. Overall, the calendar year 2014 saw a record breaking transaction volume, mainly driven by numerous mega deals.
08 January 2015
EY Bank Barometer 2015 - Regulation instead of innovation
The new banking reality is beginning to take shape. As the EY Bank Barometer 2015 shows, over half of Swiss banks believe that automatic exchange of information will in future be used for domestic banking customers as well.