Asia Pacific news releases

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December 2018

  • Risk management function must evolve to become trusted advisors as banks reinvent themselves
    17 December 2018
    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.
  • Asia-Pacific region holds the key to the insurance industry’s future, EY insurance outlook 2019 reveals
    Hong Kong, 12 December 2018
    Insurers across Asia-Pacific are experimenting widely to capitalize on near-term opportunities and drive the industries long-term growth, according to the EY insurance outlook 2019. Against a backdrop of weak global insurance sector growth, rising incomes and expanding populations have benefited the region’s life insurers, while the non-life sector has seen strong growth fueled by overall economic growth in key markets.

November 2018

  • Disruption in alternative asset management reaches tipping point as innovation, changing investor preferences and convergence reshape the industry in Asia-Pacific
    Hong Kong, 28 November 2018
    Market conditions, fee pressure and changing investor preferences are creating new challenges for alternative asset manager’s capital raising ambitions, according to the EY 2018 Global Alternative Fund Survey – At the Tipping Point: Disruption and the pace of change in the alternative asset management industry.
  • EY wavespace™ opens in Hong Kong, completing EY’s network of growth and innovation centers across Asia-Pacific
    Hong Kong, 8 November 2018
    EY has launched its EY wavespace™ flagship center in Hong Kong, completing the organization’s Asia-Pacific rollout of its global innovation network. The new innovation center provides a unique platform for businesses to tap into EY professionals across EY’s global network and unleash new growth opportunities in Asia-Pacific – a region widely regarded as the growth engine of the global economy, and positioned to drive further global economic growth through breakthrough innovation.
  • EY integrates the EY Asia-Pacific and EY Japan geographic areas
    Hong Kong, 1 November 2018
    EY today announces the integration of the existing EY Asia-Pacific and EY Japan geographic areas to reflect the globally connected nature of today’s business environment and the increasing inter-Asia regional trade opportunities for organizations across Asia-Pacific. The integrated geographic area – EY Asia-Pacific – has combined revenues of US$5.3b (for the financial year ended June 2018) and covers 23 countries, with over 2,800 Partners in EY member firms and over 51,500 EY people.

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