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Restructuring Services Tax
Our latest pan-European RS Tax survey highlights value-critical tax matters on distressed debt deals across thirty European territories.
European Union
15 Nov 2016
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Business Failures In Yorkshire And North East Down In 2015
The number of company administrations in the Yorkshire region fell by 19% in 2015, while the number of businesses in the North East entering administration fell by 10% in the past year.
UK
15 Feb 2016
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Twelve News Stories For Christmas
Here is a selection of the "and finally" news stories from the Monday Briefing in 2015.
UK
30 Dec 2015
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Risk Of Greek Default Remains High
Last week, Greece repaid a €750m loan to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), ending weeks of uncertainty over whether it would become the first developed economy to default on a loan from the IMF.
Greece
18 May 2015
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How To Conduct The ORSA - Requirements, EIOPA Responses And Industry Views
At the heart of Solvency II is the need for closely integrated risk and capital management.
UK
19 Oct 2012
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Real Estate Executive Report: January 2011 - Part 2
Three senior real estate partners at Deloitte, Mark Goodey, real estate leader for Deloitte, Nick Shepherd, managing partner of Drivers Jonas Deloitte and Nick Sanderson, head of real estate corporate finance advisory services, talk to James Whitmore, Deputy Editor of Property Week, about the ambitious expansion of the real estate business and their thoughts on where the real estate industry is going from here.
UK
21 Jan 2011
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Real Estate Executive Report: January 2011 - Part 1
Three senior real estate partners at Deloitte, Mark Goodey, real estate leader for Deloitte, Nick Shepherd, managing partner of Drivers Jonas Deloitte and Nick Sanderson, head of real estate corporate finance advisory services, talk to James Whitmore, Deputy Editor of Property Week, about the ambitious expansion of the real estate business and their thoughts on where the real estate industry is going from here.
UK
21 Jan 2011
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AIFMD Technical Summary - An Overview
A technical summary of the AIFMD, otherwise known as "Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on Alternative Investment Fund Managers and amending Directives 2003/41/EC and 2009/65/EC
UK
12 Jan 2011
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Strategic Implications: Consequences And Opportunities Arising From Solvency II
Solvency II is the forthcoming risk based capital adequacy directive for European insurers. It is based on a ‘three pillar’ solvency supervisory regime akin to Basel II and seeks to introduce new rigour and risk sensitivity to the quantification of regulatory capital as well as incentivise enhanced risk management and market discipline.
UK
19 Jul 2007
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Adapting To The New Regime - Solvency And Stability: The Shifting European Framework For Life Insurers
The solvency regime introduced to the UK life insurance market two years ago under ICA rules anticipates some of the changes that the European Union’s Solvency II project to reform prudential regulation of insurance will impose across all 25 member states in 2010 or later.
UK
11 Jun 2007
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Manufacturing outlook 2004/05 - Sorting the survivors from the winners
This is a good time to be in manufacturing. To those who are still feeling bruised by the upheavals and severe trading conditions of the past few years, this may seem an extraordinary statement. Few are comforted by the fact that the rate of change is still accelerating; in fact, uncertainty is becoming today’s only constant.
UK
13 Oct 2004
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Manufacturing outlook 2004/05 - More bang for your buck
In a bid to secure competitive advantage, we are all striving to lower our cost base and improve bottom line performance. Streamlining supply chain systems and processes can deliver a vital combination of reduced stock levels and lead-times, reduced WIP, better asset utilisation, improved use of production sites, increased productivity and superior service to customers.
UK
13 Oct 2004
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Manufacturing outlook 2004/05 - You aren’t the weakest link
Optimising the supply chain is one of today’s hot topics. Supply chain inefficiency is a key cause of unnecessary costs and poor delivery performance. There is no doubt, however, that far-reaching, end-to-end projects demand a complex blend of process, IT and financial skills and involve people at virtually every level. Consequently, they can take several years and create a large amount of upheaval, even though the outcome is often highly successful.
UK
13 Oct 2004
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