Changing lanes: The automotive C-suite’s agenda for 2013 – 2014


Ernst & Young provides a wide range of business services to the global automotive ecosystem. Our professionals work alongside many of the sector’s leaders virtually every day, giving us a unique perspective on the strategic priorities of many of the world’s leading automotive companies.

Metrics transformation in telecommunications


Across the global telecommunications industry, the fast-changing technological, competitive and customer environment is calling for a renewed look at the metric operators use to measure and report their financial performance.

Institutional investors support IPOs that come to market well prepared


Investors are also clear about what they look for in a successful IPO. Good-quality companies priced right, run by the right team and with a good story to tell will command the attention of the market, even when market windows are opening and closing fast. They rank the top three success factors for IPOs as attractive pricing (the leader by a considerable margin) followed by a compelling equity story in second place and confidence in management in third. Timing was ranked a distant fourth.

Transfer pricing becomes a key tax issue in the Romanian tax environment


As expected, the Romanian tax authorities’ attention on transfer pricing matters is continuously increasing and our experience reveals that in the last year they are increasingly scrutinizing the related party transactions of Romanian companies, requesting transfer pricing documentation reports as part of various tax audits (audits focused on corporate income tax or even VAT).

Pricing pressure and cost cutting – top risks for business in 2013


As the global economic outlook remains uncertain, companies have shifted their thinking away from waiting for an upturn and are concentrating on optimizing their business by cutting costs and increasing efficiency, according to a report released today by Ernst & Young.

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