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Debt and earnings disconnect leaves mining companies vulnerable
London, Moscow, 27 January 2016
Mining companies globally are factoring in ‘lower for longer’ commodity prices as leverage levels across the sector stretch balance sheets and trigger a flood of asset sales, according to EY Global Mining & Metals Transactions Leader, Lee Downham, in response to EY’s Debt in the mining sector report.
Low oil prices highlighted the need of operational excellence for oil and gas companies
Moscow, 25 January 2016
The sustained reduction in oil and gas prices, coupled with a forecast of modest recovery, requires the industry to apply increased focus and rigor to operations performance. According to EY’s report “Driving operational performance in oil and gas”, 77% of companies currently have an operational excellence (OE) program or have previously run an OE program, but even the most successful OE programs have room for improvement.
ETF industry expects nearly 18% growth per year over next three to five years
London, Moscow, 18 January 2016
Exchange traded fund (ETF) businesses expect to grow by nearly 18% per year for the next three to five years, as they continue to gain market share from traditional active asset managers and passive mutual funds, institutional investors increasing their allocations to ETFs, and innovative products driving growth, according to the EY Global ETF Survey 2015 ETFs: a positive force for disruption.
The first session of ‘Russia’s regions: new growth areas’ to take place on December 24, 2015 in Nizhny Novgorod
Moscow, 16 December 2015
The St. Petersburg International Economic Forum is to launch a cycle of events on the topic of ‘Russia’s regions: new growth areas’ in collaboration with the Russian Export Center (REC) and the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI), aimed at developing investment opportunities, improving the export potential of Russia’s regions and promoting specific territories.
More than one-third of global organizations still lack confidence in their ability to detect sophisticated cyber attacks, EY survey finds
London, Moscow, 2 December 2015
More than one-third (36%) of global organizations still lack confidence in their ability to detect sophisticated cyber attacks, according to the annual EY’s Global Information Security Survey 2015, Creating trust in the digital world.