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Global Financial Services

  • A broader
    perspective

    Amid sweeping regulatory change, today’s financial services institutions must grapple with capital management, business risks and global growth — all while meeting greater demands for transparency.

    Our 35,000 global wealth & asset management, banking & capital markets and insurance industry professionals are located in major geographic hubs, a unique structure that allows us to rapidly mobilize and dedicate them to the right assurance, tax, transaction and advisory-related projects across the Americas, Asia-Pacific, EMEIA and Japan.

  • Wealth & Asset
    Management

    In light of increased competition, market volatility and demands for transparency, today’s global asset managers need to rethink their business models. Turn to our Global Wealth & Asset Management Center for insights on addressing regulatory challenges, growing assets, mitigating risk and enhancing performance.

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  • Banking &
    Capital Markets

    Unprecedented regulatory changes and demands are challenging global banks’ path to growth and profitability. Whether your goal is to manage risk, ensure compliance with new rules, improve operating models or raise capital, our Global Banking & Capital Markets Center can help you adapt to the new rules of the road so that your organization can reach its full potential.

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  • Insurance

    Insurers around the world need to plan for the impact of new regulatory and competitive challenges. Tap into the insights of our Global Insurance Center professionals to learn how to respond to the changes and set your organization apart on issues such as IFRS, Solvency II, Dodd-Frank and FATCA.

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Our latest view

EY - Loan portfolio transaction markets: United Kingdom and Ireland updateLoan portfolio transaction markets: United Kingdom and Ireland updateWe reflect on 2013's transaction activity in commercial real estate and retail (secured and unsecured) loan markets, and offer thoughts as to how these markets could develop in 2014/2015.
 
 

EY ITEM Club Financial Services Spring Forecast 2014 ITEM's UK FS Spring Forecast sees a firmer UK recovery, but policy announcements and an expected interest rate rise from 2015 present challenges for financial services.

EY FS EMEIA Sustainability ReportBuilding a sustainable financial services industryOur latest sustainability report looks at how we have helped create positive change for our clients, people and communities. Learn more.
 
 

EY - Global corporate divestment studyGlobal Corporate Divestment Study: a FS perspectiveSelling assets and re-shaping portfolios can help global companies navigate uncertainty, maximise growth opportunities and create value for their stakeholders.
 
 

Eurozone Forecast: Outlook for Financial Services – Spring 2014 Our Spring Outlook for Financial Services forecast looks at what the latest financial developments mean for the region's banks, asset managers and insurers. Learn more.

Beyond 2020: the future of UK Life, Pensions and Health Insurance Our in-depth survey, conducted with the Chartered Insurance Institute, explored the future skills requirement of UK Life, Pensions and Health Insurance in 2020 and beyond and found an industry with a changing operating environment which will have to work hard to adjust and suceeed.

Perspectives on the future of financial servicesLeading academic thought meets practical business insight. Access the latest issue of The Journal of Financial Perspectives, offered through our Global Financial Services Institute. Learn more.

Global banking outlook 2013-14 Our forecast examines 10 key issues facing banks in the coming years, including new pricing models, technology challenges and the importance of reputation. Learn more.

IIA interactive webcastIIA interactive webcast In response to the Consultation Document on Effective Internal Audit in the Financial Services sector published on 11 February 2013 by a Committee commissioned by the Institute of Internal Audit, we have produced an interactive webcast explaining the process, from the events leading to the Document's creation, to its implications. We are the sole providers of help to the Committee, actively canvassing opinion, providing recommendations and debating their impact.
 
 For more information, please contact:
 
 Kevin Simons Partner, EY and Committee Observer
 Chris Spedding, Senior Manager, EY and Committee Secretariat

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