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30 August 2016
Deloitte in Switzerland has increased gross revenue by 24% to CHF 660 million in the fiscal year ended 31 May 2016. The sixth consecutive year of double-digit percentage growth was driven by the significant success of the firm’s Advisory services and continued strong performance within its Audit and Tax & Legal practices. To maintain this level of growth and the positive impact on its clients, Deloitte is investing heavily in the next generation, creating new jobs and innovative service offerings in the process.
25 July 2016
For the first time since the end of 2014, a majority of Swiss CFOs rate the Swiss economic prospects over the next 12 months as positive. According to the latest Deloitte CFO Survey, the CFOs think that the financial prospects for their companies will remain bright too.
31 May 2016
Global luxury brands need to respond smartly to new key market forces and raise their game when serving the evolving expectations of the luxury consumer, according to the third annual Global Powers of Luxury Goods report issued by Deloitte.
27 May 2016
The International Tax Review (ITR) has named Deloitte ʺTax Firm of the Yearʺ for the fourth year in a row. Deloitte was also chosen as "Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year", clearly marking the impact of the firm’s tax and legal advisory services in Switzerland.
25 May 2016
Deloitte’s Debt & Rating Advisory practice aims at facilitating funding access, increasing funding capacity and optimizing funding costs for companies of all sizes, as well as helping corporates manage their public ratings – all key pillars of a company’s business development and success.
21 March 2016
Simon Owen has been appointed the new Chief Executive for Deloitte in Switzerland, effective 1 April 2016. He will succeed Howard Lovell who, after a career of more than 30 years in professional services, retires from Deloitte at the end of May.
17 February 2016
Workplace of the future: 28% of Swiss workforce work from home, 25% as freelancers – and the trend is on the rise
According to a new study by Deloitte, one in four Swiss citizens currently work as freelancers. Of the remaining 75%, one third would like to do so in the next year. The rise of the sharing economy – which incites people to offer and provide services via online platforms – is the main driver of the freelancing trend. At the same time, knowledge-intensive careers and mobile working are becoming increasingly important.
8 February 2016
KMU weiterhin Motor des Schweizer M&A-Marktes trotz insgesamt deutlichen Rückgangs der Transaktionen
Das Jahr 2015 wurde global von einer Rekordzahl von Übernahmen und Fusionen geprägt, allerdings unter stark rückläufiger Beteiligung Schweizer KMU (-19%). Gleichwohl sind innerhalb der Schweiz mehrheitlich KMU an M&A-Aktivitäten beteiligt. Schweizer Small- und Mid Cap-Unternehmen konnten ihre Bewertungen trotz eines turbulenten Jahres auf einem sehr hohen Niveau halten – gar dem höchsten seit 2008.
21 January 2016
The 20 highest earning football clubs in the world generated €6.6bn of revenue last season, an increase of 8% on the previous year, according to the 19th edition of the Football Money League from Deloitte, the business advisory firm.
19 January 2016
Top global retailers enjoy a year of revenue growth despite a bumpy economic environment and digital disruption
The top 250 global retailers generated aggregated revenues of USD 4.5 trillion in fiscal year 2014, representing a steady growth of 4.3% compared with 4.1% in 2013, according to the Global Powers of Retailing 2016 from Deloitte. This is a positive signal for the industry, which had witnessed revenue declines in previous years.
14 January 2016
Uncertainty overshadows outlook for 2016, though Swiss CFOs look to move forward and focus on growth
Almost one year after the Franc shock, Swiss CFOs remain downbeat about the outlook for the country’s economy. They do have an increasingly brighter outlook for their own companies, as the latest edition of the quarterly Deloitte CFO Survey reveals.