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As mobile technologies move increasingly to wearable form factors, augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) solutions are seeing enterprise adoption. No longer just objects of sci-fi fascination, how are these technologies poised to help businesses reinvent customer engagement and the way work gets done? Discover how AR/VR technologies could potentially revolutionize your business.
The current global economic movements and solid US economic signals are impacting the commercial real estate markets. What market developments could affect your planning? Hear results of research by Deloitte, National Association of Realtors, Situs, and Real Estate Research Corporation. on commercial real estate markets, and learn practical tips for navigating market trends.
Prolonged low crude oil prices have created pressure for highly-leveraged operators to shore up balance sheets with asset sales. How did this low-price environment impact M&A activity for oil and gas companies in 2015, and what will similarly low prices in 2016 mean for the future? Learn from Deloitte's biannual oil and gas industry M&A analysis about what M&A opportunities may exist going forward.
There has been steady growth in the US economy, but circumstances abroad need to be watched as they could have an impact here at home. What do current indicators say about 2016, and how should mid-market and private companies proceed? Learn what might lie ahead in 2016 for the US and global economy and potential implications for mid-market and private companies.
The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015, or PATH Act, was enacted on December 18, 2015. Considering its extensive scope and complexity, this legislation's potential impact on popular government tax incentives is difficult to understand. How will changes to so-called "extenders" impact businesses? Learn about the applicability of certain credits and incentives and the potential value they might bring to your business.
As corporate and government data breaches become more commonplace, executives increasingly brace for some kind of monetary costs. But some cyber incidents aim to disrupt operations and undermine an organization's strategic advantage, potentially causing far greater long-term damage. Dive deeper into the longer term—and often undisclosed—effects of cyber attacks.
Today's analytics methodologies and technologies can provide a new level of granular insight into the data used for international tax filings. How can the analysis and visualization of that data inform international tax planning in previously unimaginable ways? Explore the many ways analytics can be used for international tax planning purposes.
An audit committee's role and experience makes it a valuable relationship for a CFO to focus on. What do audit committees generally expect from their CFOs and how can CFOs deliver effectively? Explore these and other lessons learned from interviews with audit committees and discover how CFOs who address these lessons early on can create a context for both parties to effectively work together.
Today, governmental organizations are leveraging digital to re-imagine their business—how they engage talent, improve processes, and drive new value-generating services models for citizens. How effectively are government agencies responding to digital trends, technologies, and disruption? Learn the results of a 2015 Deloitte survey of more than 1,400 government officials and how their agencies are addressing digital transformation.
Organic growth in 2016 may be hard to come by in an uncertain global economy, and new compliance demands will present additional obstacles. Over the longer term, disruptive forces are challenging the industry's orthodoxies and undermining resistance to new forms of competition. How might insurers mitigate these threats and turn them into opportunities? Learn about fundamental transformations that may be necessary to adapt to an increasingly high-tech and competitive insurance market.
In 2016, investment managers will face a complex competitive, economic, and regulatory landscape. What are top-of-mind issues for the industry and emerging opportunities for growth? Explore trends that are disrupting the investment management industry and strategies that may help position your organization for success in 2016 and beyond.
Labor leakage is increasingly important as employers optimize labor cost, utilization, and engagement. How can analytics change the way manufacturers manage the workforce? Learn how to identify, evaluate, and reduce labor leakage with a labor cost optimization strategy and methods.
Without an effective supply chain fraud risk assessment process, your supplier examination program may not achieve optimal results. What should you know? Learn how some leading companies are combining continuous enhancement techniques to combat supply chain fraud, waste, and abuse.
In 2016 the US Department of Labor's sweeping amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) are likely to be implemented. How could the changes impact the way businesses operate on the front lines? Explore ways to plan and budget for compliance with FLSA amendments in a way that fits your organization and its long-term strategy.
One of the world's wonders is the American electric grid. How will this American innovation be tested as utilities adapt to the Internet of Things (IoT), deploying even more advanced, embedded, and networked information technologies across the grid? Learn why barriers to adoption of new IoT tools may be high, but the potential value in leveraging IoT to transform traditional industry business models is higher.
What is the state of innovation in life sciences and how are leading companies breaking the mold? Explore how a new health care system is changing demands on innovation in life sciences and how that is likely to unfold.
In mid-October, the IRS indicated that it has begun targeting midmarket companies with inbound distribution functions for transfer pricing exams. This development is relevant for Chinese companies in particular since many of them are expanding in the US through their distribution arm first. Learn how your company may be affected by the US tax authority's current project, and discover the next steps to address potential tax challenges.
Trust is a foundational element of business, yet maintaining it, particularly across a global economy, is expensive, time consuming, and often inefficient. Some organizations are now exploring how blockchain, the much-discussed exponential technology, might provide a viable alternative to the current procedural, organizational, and technological infrastructure required to create institutionalized trust. Learn how blockchain may start rewiring global markets and ecosystems.
In October 2015, the European Union's highest court ruled that US companies can no longer transfer European citizens' personal information to the US. This ruling impacts more than 4,400 US-based organizations, the majority of which are small or mid-size businesses. Learn more about the EU's ruling, alternatives available, and the critical steps middle-market companies should take.
In addition to new areas of IRS focus associated with the latest intercompany cost-sharing regulations, some issues routinely raised in prior audits under previous regulations are still contentious. How are companies effectively defending their positions? Learn ways to defend your company's positions in the increasingly complex area of cost-sharing arrangements.
The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) goes into effect in over 50 countries on January 1, 2016. The CRS establishes minimum requirements for information sharing between participating countries regarding accounts of financial institutions, such as banks, insurance companies, investment funds, and trusts. The rules are intended to help tax authorities locate assets in other countries. What should tax executives know? Learn about the latest updates on CRS requirements.
In the post-crisis era, banking and capital markets institutions have adjusted to the new normal operating environment. Some challenges have become predictable, but other non-traditional disrupters are still evolving, forcing even the most stable of firms to re-focus their efforts. Learn about top issues for industry executives and potential implications for banks and capital markets institutions.
On December 21, 2015, Treasury published proposed regulations regarding cross-border transactions executed by commonly controlled entities. The new regulations will impact transfer pricing examinations and other OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) initiatives being implemented by numerous OECD member countries. Hear from Dave Varley, former Acting Director, Transfer Pricing Operations, who led cross-border transaction efforts for the IRS.
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