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January 2019

  • Wednesday, 9 January 2019
    EY appoints new Private Equity Leader in Oceania
    Milan Milosevic has taken on the role of Private Equity Leader at professional services firm EY. Milan will succeed Bryan Zekulich who is leaving the partnership in mid-2019 to pursue new opportunities and ideas.

December 2018

  • Monday, 17 December 2018
    Risk management function must evolve to become trusted advisors as banks reinvent themselves
    As technology and ongoing competitive disruption force banks to reinvent themselves, the risk management function must undergo a revolution in risk management professionals balancing their roles and operating models, according to the ninth annual global bank risk management survey, Accelerating digital transformation: four imperatives for risk management.

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May 2018

  • Wednesday, 30 May 2018
    EY scoops ACON’s Pride in Diversity Employer of the Year
    EY is proud to be named 2018 Employer of the Year by ACON’s Pride in Diversity. The award is part of the Australian Workplace Equality Index – Australia's national benchmark on LGBTI workplace inclusion.
  • Wednesday, 30 May 2018
    M&A appetite remains healthy despite political uncertainty
    The global appetite for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) shows no sign of waning, according to the 18th EY Global Capital Confidence Barometer (CCB), a biannual survey of more than 2,500 executives across 43 countries. Locally, despite 74% of respondents being concerned about political stability (double the number from 6 months ago) there is still optimism in both the local and global economies.
  • Tuesday, 22 May 2018
    Australia’s growing insurtech ecosystem calls for incumbent insurers’ action on innovation
    Australia’s insurtechs aim to help drive the local insurance industry forward on the global stage, but don’t believe industry incumbents are embracing startup innovation fast enough, according to a new report released today, Insurtech: Enabler or disruptor?
  • Monday, 7 May 2018
    Solid but mixed results; banks under the microscope
    EY’s analysis of the 2018 half year results of Australia’s major banks
  • Tuesday, 1 May 2018
    EY calls on Australian universities to future-proof or risk major disruption
    A new research paper from global professional services organisation EY, The university of the future, has called for the reshaping of the Australian higher education sector to meet the changing demands of students, government and employers as digital technology reshapes the social, industrial and workplace landscapes.

April 2018

March 2018

February 2018

  • Wednesday, 21 February 2018
    EY Oceania announces new Executive Leadership Team Structure
    In response to increasing market complexity and sector convergence, EY CEO and Oceania Managing Partner, Tony Johnson, announced five appointments to the Executive Leadership Team, three new Office Managing Partners and significant changes to the firm’s go to market structure.
  • Monday, 5 February 2018
    Private equity sees disruption through emerging technologies
    As the private equity (PE) market continues to evolve 10 years after its 2007 peak, firms are seeing that the implementation of digital technologies have a dramatic impact on the ways that PE firms organise and execute at the firm level, according to the EY Global PE Watch 2018 report. These technologies include robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) and are having an intense effect driving value across firm’s portfolios.
  • Thursday, 1 February 2018
    Global companies still unprepared for GDPR compliance, EY survey finds
    Intensifying regulatory pressures are top of mind for business leaders, with 78% of respondents expressing increasing concern about data protection and data privacy compliance. This is according to the third biennial EY Global Forensic Data Analytics Survey, which examined the responses of 745 executives from 19 countries and analysed the legal, compliance and fraud risks global companies face and the use of forensic data analytics (FDA) to manage them.
  • Thursday, 1 February 2018
    Banks shift priorities toward digitalisation and innovation for future growth
    Eighty percent of Australian banks and 85% globally cite implementation of a digital transformation program as a business priority for 2018, with investment in technology to drive efficiency, growth and manage evolving risks increasingly seen as critical for sustainable success, according to the EY Global Banking Outlook 2018.

January 2018

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October 2017

  • Thursday, 19 October 2017
    Top 10 business risks facing Mining and Metals
    Digital effectiveness has emerged as the number one risk for the mining and metals industry, according to the EY Top 10 business risks facing mining and metals, 2017-2018 report, as companies strive to improve productivity by introducing new technologies.
  • Wednesday, 18 October 2017
    EY appoints Peter Crone as Chief Economist
    Global professional services firm EY announced today the appointment of Peter Crone, the current Chief Economist at Coles Group, to the newly-created position of Chief Economist for EY’s Oceania business.
  • Monday, 16 October 2017
    Global IPO market performance is on course for best year since 2007
    After a strong first half of the year, results of the global IPO market through September show that IPO volume has already exceeded the full-year totals for 2016.
  • Friday, 13 October 2017
    Corporate Finance Woman of the Year Announced
    Ernst and Young Australia last night announced the winner of its inaugural Corporate Finance Woman of the Year Competition.

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December 2016

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September 2016

August 2016

  • Friday, 26 August 2016
    2016’s top Western Australian entrepreneurs named
    The top Western Australian entrepreneurs have taken home honours from last night’s 2016 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ Western Region awards ceremony in Perth.
  • Thursday, 25 August 2016
    2016’s top Victorian entrepreneurs named
    Victoria’s top entrepreneurs have taken home honours from last night’s 2016 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ Southern Region awards ceremony in Melbourne.
  • Friday, 22 August 2016
    Female Olympic athletes to join EY as interns
    EY announces that it will hire eight athletes from six countries – Australia, Brazil, Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands and the United States – starting in October.
  • Friday, 12 August 2016
    Collaboration and technology key to more sustainable supply chains
    A new report produced by EY in association with the UN Global Compact shows that leading companies are creating more sustainable supply chains that deliver significant business benefits by increasing collaboration with suppliers and making better use of new technology.
  • Friday, 12 August 2016
    2016’s top South Australian entrepreneurs named
    South Australia’s top entrepreneurs have taken home honours from last night’s 2016 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ Central Region awards ceremony in Adelaide.
  • Tuesday, 9 August 2016
    Impact investing central to family business philanthropy
    Nearly half of family businesses surveyed use impact investing as part of their philanthropic activity, and larger family businesses tend to engage in more philanthropic activities than smaller ones.
  • Friday, 5 August 2016
    2016’s top Queensland entrepreneurs named
    The top Northern Australian entrepreneurs have taken home honors from last night’s 2016 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ Northern Region awards ceremony in Brisbane.
  • Friday, 5 August 2016
    2016’s top NSW entrepreneurs named
    New South Wales’ (NSW) top entrepreneurs have taken home honors from last night’s 2016 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ Eastern Region awards ceremony in Sydney.

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December 2015

November 2015

  • Cyber threats a risk to the Australian real estate sector
    Tuesday, 24 November 2015
    The Australian real estate sector is failing to mitigate cybercrime risks, with the transition to intelligent buildings, SMART everything and the matter of corporate liability putting the industry in the spotlight.
  • Criminal syndicates considered the biggest threat for cyber attacks on Australian organisations
    Wednesday, 11 November 2015
    Nearly 80% of Australian organisations fear a criminal syndicate is most likely to be the source of a cyber attack according to a new EY security survey Creating trust in the digital world.
  • Global medtech industry struggles to sustain growth, putting future innovation at risk
    Wednesday, 11 November 2015
    Despite a record number of IPOs and a robust mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market, the global medtech industry continues to face tepid growth and a dwindling pool of investors for early-stage companies. These challenges, highlighted in the 2015 edition of EY's annual medical technology industry report, Pulse of the industry, raise important questions about the long-term sustainability of the sector.
  • M&A pipeline builds momentum
    Monday, 9 November 2015
    Australian deal activity is set to rise with 53% of local companies planning acquisitions in the next 12 months, up from 44% six months ago, according to EY’s latest Australasian Capital Confidence Barometer.
  • EY’s analysis of the Australian major banks’ 2015 full year results
    Monday, 2 November 2015
    Australia’s major banks have delivered another solid financial performance, reporting combined cash earnings of $30 billion for the 2015 full year – an increase of 5.4% from the same period last year.

October 2015

September 2015

August 2015

  • Subdued mining M&A continues, competition for capital remains fierce
    Monday, 31 August 2015
    EY's latest quarterly mining deals analysis, Mergers, acquisitions and capital raising in mining and metals 1H 2015, reflects investor caution in the sector and underscores the lack of capital available to junior and mid-tier miners, according to EY Oceania Mining & Metals Transactions Leader Paul Murphy.
  • NSW and ACT entrepreneurs shine at EY awards night
    Friday, 14 August, 2015
    The best entrepreneurs from across New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory took the honours at last night’s 2015 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ Eastern Region awards ceremony in Sydney.
  • Top honours for Victorian entrepreneurs at EY awards night
    Friday, 7 August, 2015
    The best Victorian entrepreneurs took the honours at last night’s 2015 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ Southern Region awards ceremony in Melbourne.
  • Juniors must be nimble and transaction-ready
    Monday, 3 August, 2015
    Counter-cyclical private investors and dedicated resource funds with an eye to the inevitable upturn in the cycle are the most likely lifeline for cash-starved juniors and mid-tier mining companies – but companies need to make their projects stand-out from the competition, according to EY Oceania Mining & Metals Leader Scott Grimley.

July 2015

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May 2015

April 2015

  • Slower domestic growth drives new appetite for offshore M&A
    Wednesday, 29 April, 2015
    Subdued local growth is forcing Australasian corporates to change their M&A strategies, with 70% of those considering acquisitions looking across borders for targets, EY’s latest six-monthly Australasia Capital Confidence Barometer shows.
  • EY announces new Queensland leader
    Monday, 27 April, 2015
    EY today announced the appointment of Paul Laxon as the firm’s next Queensland Managing Partner.
  • Melbourne shines as entrepreneurial hub
    Thursday, 9 April, 2015
    EY today announced a new sponsorship of York Butter Factory (YBF), a co-working space for Melbourne’s high potential early-stage technology entrepreneurs.

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December 2014

November 2014

October 2014

  • M&A is back and set to stay strong
    Monday, 27 October 2014
    Growing numbers of Australasian corporates are returning to the M&A market and deal pipelines are set to swell rapidly in the next 12 months, EY’s latest six-monthly Australasia Capital Confidence Barometer shows.
  • Miners' productivity battle with 'diseconomies of scale'
    Monday, 20 October 2014
    The size and complexity of mining operations have created “diseconomies of scale” and are a significant factor in diminished productivity in the global mining sector, according to a new research report by EY and the University of Queensland (UQ), released today.
  • A third of Australians have missed electricity bill payments
    Monday 13 October 2014
    Our latest survey highlights opportunities for retailers to attract market share by better meeting the customers’ needs in controlling energy use and by managing “bill shock”.
  • Co-founders of Oyster Consulting join EY
    Thursday 9 October 2014
    EY announced today that the two co-founders of Oyster Consulting James Chapman and Dean Felton have joined the Oceania Advisory team.
  • PE-backed listings drive IPO market, strong Q4 expected
    Thursday 2 October 2014
    Australian IPO activity continues to climb with 44 IPOs raising US$8514.8m in the first nine months of the year – already equalling the volume of IPOs for 2013 and well exceeding the total US$5368.6m raised during 2013, according to the latest quarterly EY Global IPO Trends: 2014 Q3.

September 2014

August 2014

    July 2014

    • EY’s customer insights capability enhanced
      Friday 25 July 2014
      EY has moved to acquire one of Australia’s leading market research firms Sweeney Research Pty Ltd.
    • South Australian entrepreneurial stars shine
      Friday 25 July 2014
      Four outstanding South Australian entrepreneurs took out top honours at last night’s 2014 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Central Region awards ceremony in Adelaide.
    • Tax functions under pressure on all fronts
      Monday 21 July 2014
      Despite increasing pressure on all fronts the tax functions of Australian businesses are slow to change their operating models, EY said today.
    • Victorian entrepreneurs honoured for achievements
      Friday 18 July 2014
      Six outstanding Victorian entrepreneurs took out top honours at last night’s 2014 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Southern Region awards ceremony in Melbourne.
    • EY welcomes Financial System Inquiry Interim Report
      Tuesday 15 July 2014
      EY Oceania Financial Services Leader, Andrew Price said, “Some of the key themes raised in the Interim Report around competition, financial advice, stability, superannuation and retirement incomes pose vital questions when it comes to the future structure of the system.”
    • Local and global IPO recovery continues
      Tuesday 15 July 2014
      The local and global IPO markets recovery has continued to end the first half of the year strongly, according to EY Global IPO Trends: 2014 Q2.

    June 2014

    May 2014

    • Heat turned up on tax
      Friday 23 May 2014
      Australian companies operating across borders are feeling the heat of a global trend towards increasingly aggressive tax authorities, EY said today.
    • 83 Aussie entrepreneurs in the running for Entrepreneur Of The Year title
      Monday 19 May 2014
      EY today announced the elite group of entrepreneurs from around the country who are in the running to be named as this year’s Australian EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™.
    • Power sector transformation will drive deals
      Friday 16 May 2014
      Disruptions to traditional business models across the electricity generation, network and retail sector will become a key driver in deal values in the sector, EY Oceania Power & Utilities Leader, Matt Rennie, says.
    • Federal Budget 2014-15: A work in progress
      Wednesday 14 May 2014
      The Federal Budget takes many steps towards balancing the books by addressing spending but is unnecessarily tentative on the revenue side of the equation, EY said.
    • The race for growth
      Thursday May 8 2014
      EY's analysis of the Australian major banks' 2014 half year results asks the question: where is the growth going to come from?

    April 2014

    • Right ingredients for corporate M&A return
      Monday April 28 2014
      The essential ingredients for a lift in M&A activity are back for Australasian corporates, the results from EY’s 10th and latest six-monthly Australasian Capital Confidence Barometer show.
    • New research points way to oil and gas productivity gains
      Monday April 7 2014
      A new report released today by EY and the University of Queensland Business School points the way to productivity gains in the Australian oil and gas sector, particularly in $1b-plus megaprojects.

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