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CFOs concerned about effectiveness of corporate reporting
London, Almaty, 25 March 2016
CFOs are losing confidence in corporate reporting and its effectiveness, as pressure from audit committees, the complexity of implementing new reporting requirements and reporting overload affect performance, according to the annual survey by EY’s Financial Accounting and Advisory Services (FAAS), Are you prepared for corporate reporting’s perfect storm?.
EY conducted a survey on the impact of the change in the tenge exchange rate on the labor market in Kazakhstan
Astana, Almaty, 14 October 2015
EY carried out a unique survey on the impact of the change in the tenge exchange rate on the labor market in Kazakhstan. The survey report reflects the most recent data from employers in Kazakhstan related to HR measures planned or already taken in response to the recent change in the tenge exchange rate. Seventy-two companies from fifteen different industries participated in the survey, including large, medium and small businesses.
Fraud and corruption risks impact corporate international expansion; pressure for revenue and earnings growth driving illegal conduct
London, Almaty, 22 May 2015
EY’s Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) Fraud Survey, Fraud and corruption – the easy option for growth?, has found that greater pressure on businesses to grow revenues together with market volatility is creating increased risk in expansion opportunities. Challenges, including geopolitical instability, commodity and currency price volatility, as well as economic sanctions, are pushing companies and their executives toward high-risk behavior.
Diversification and global competition drives renewable energy attractiveness
London, Almaty, 1 April 2015
A focus on energy diversification and increasing competitive pressure on both governments and investors is driving renewable energy attractiveness and bringing new investment destinations to the fore, according to EY’s latest Renewable energy country attractiveness index (RECAI).
Risk culture is at the forefront of banks' agenda as fines and remediation hit home
Washington, DC, 1 December 2014
EY’s annual risk management survey of major financial institutions, Shifting focus: risk culture at the forefront of banking, shows that in the past year, banks have made dramatic shifts in their attention to risk culture, but much more work remains to be done.