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For EY, public relations mean more than just informing the media and the public about the development of our company. We also delve into key industry issues and participate in public debates.

In addition, we publish studies and specialist articles and serve as your contact person for technical questions.


Most recent news releases
 

March 2017


20 March 2017
Investments in robots instead of employees

Swiss industry still hasn't digested the Swiss franc shock. An EY survey shows that satisfaction is low; very little investment is being made in staff.

17 March 2017
EY first to receive Robotic Process Automation Certification

EY certified as Gold Standard by leading Robotic Process Automation software vendor Blue Prism, due to fulfilling highest requirements in training and service quality.

9 March 2017
100 Years of EY Switzerland: Trust as Added Value

On 12 March 2017, EY Switzerland celebrates its 100th anniversary, publishes a book on the structural change in the sector and talks about the future.

7 March 2017
Women entering senior management only slowly

Successful companies do considerably more for women’s advancement. A survey by EY also found that most companies see no connection between diversity and economic success.

6 March 2017
New leadership for Financial Services division

Andreas Blumer appointed Managing Partner Financial Services, succeeding Marcel Stalder, who will focus on his role as CEO. New Market Segment Leaders also appointed.

 

February 2017


20 February 2017
Digitalization: Swiss companies at a crossroads

The importance of digital for Swiss companies has rocketed over last year. Our study shows that successful companies place far more emphasis on digital technologies.

18 February 2017
Caliphate in decline: IS revenue streams drying up

EY study shows: Revenue of IS has shrunk by more than half since 2014. Territory is lost and income from taxes, oil and looting is declining.

17 February 2017
Stefan Marc Schmid new Insurance Leader

Schmid took up his new role in January. He succeeds Achim Bauer, who focuses on his role as Advisory Leader for Germany, Switzerland and Austria.

12 February 2017
Statement – Swiss Corporate Tax Reform III rejected

Swiss voters rejected the proposal in the popular vote held on 12 February 2017.

7 February 2017
A brighter future for Swiss businesses

EY Mid-Market Barometer: Swiss businesses are taking a more positive view of the future. However, the shortage of specialist staff is becoming more acute.

2 February 2017
Cyber attacks: Swiss companies better prepared

They are confident in being able to predict and resist attacks, but reluctant to invest in recovery plans, the new EY Global Information Security Survey reveals.

 

January 2017


31 January 2017
Health insurance 2030: rocketing costs

By 2030, health insurance premiums will have more than doubled. Digitalization and health data are key factors for the required innovation drive.

25 January 2017
Digitalization: consumers ahead of corporates

Switzerland ranks fifth among European countries in terms of ICT network readiness. Swiss consumers have already gone digital, but government and businesses need to improve.

24 January 2017
Pharmaceuticals sector: more acquisitions expected

According to the EY Firepower Study 2016, M&A volume in 2016 stood at USD 201 billion. Bleak prospects for revenues and persistent price pressure prompt expectation of a rise in M&A activity.

16 January 2017
Real estate investments: Switzerland remains attractive

Despite rising residential property prices, new players in the hotel industry and varying office property prices: Swiss real estate remains attractive for investors in 2017.

13 January 2017
Consumers in Switzerland: Current Situation and Outlook for 2017

Satisfaction remains high – sentiment among young consumers more subdued. Vacations are worth more money to Swiss consumers.

05 January 2017
Swiss banks see the start of structural change

EY Bank Barometer 2017 shows: 87% of Swiss banks see that structural change is starting, respond with tactical measures to cut costs and increase efficiency.