Asia Pacific investigations capability survey
Are you prepared for the new normal?
Asia Pacific investigations capability survey – Are you prepared for the new normal?” was conducted in collaboration with the Association of Corporate Investigators and allows organisations to benchmark their own investigations capabilities against those of other companies.
The “Asia Pacific investigations capability survey – Are you prepared for the new normal?” was conducted in collaboration with the Association of Corporate Investigators and allows organisations to benchmark their own investigations capabilities against those of other companies.
Advanced analytics and innovation in Financial Crime Compliance
The future is now
This white paper by Deloitte and UOB examines the use of innovation and advanced analytics in a world dominated by digital technology and disruption. It describes the role technology and innovation in weathering potential risks to achieve better outcomes for Financial Crime Compliance.
M&A in COVID-19 Times
What is the next normal?
The new normal. No country, and no business, will be immune to COVID-19’s impact. In these uncertain times, it is understandably more difficult for business leaders to make decisions that look beyond the horizon, as businesses grapple with the pressing urgency to simply survive.
Deloitte walks you into ASEAN via the Belt and Road Initiative
Deloitte Southeast Asia (SEA) held the Belt and Road Initiative SEA investment roadshow in Kunming, Yunnan, in cooperation with Yunnan Energy Investment Group (YEIG), with support from Yunnan Press Group and the Department of Commerce of Yunnan Province Representative Office in Singapore.
Local industry - The impact of Covid-19
Readiness for new normal
A significant share of industries are estimated to experience negative growth in output over 2020 due to COVID-19. Deloitte has implemented a recovery framework to help businesses and governments navigate these extremely uncertain times. It consists of three facets: Respond, Recover and Thrive.
2020 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook
Clearing the hurdles
Continued trade tensions, geopolitical events, and slowed economic growth are creating constant barriers to mergers and acquisitions across industries and regions. However, M&A activity in the chemicals industry is predicted to display strong growth in 2020, even amidst uncertainties.
Funding and financing strategies for smart cities
Creative alternatives for funding tomorrow’s ecosystems
Smart cities need to consider innovative financing strategies to transform their vision into reality. Our research provides guiding principles based on the experiences of several government officials, industry leaders, and our own experienced professionals.
The connected defense: Elevating the fight against financial crime
Using 4IR technologies to prevent and detect the growing ecosystem of financial crime
Our collective connectivity increases the digital attack surface for cyber—both at home and at the workplace. But the same technologies that have given rise to a digital criminal ecosystem can be turned on their head to help combat financial crimes.
Are you ready to define your future?
The shape of established business models are changing at a breakneck pace across traditional industries. Many businesses, unable to keep up, are turning to Disruptive M&A to accelerate future growth, alter their trajectory and position themselves to become the disruptors.
Fix, sell, or close?
Advising and implementing a multi-disciplinary, comprehensive solution for underperforming and non-core businesses
Many businesses around the world still face the significant challenge of managing non-core and underperforming businesses. Deloitte’s Managed Exit services can help to smooth the process of exiting the operations or business in such situations.
The global framework for fighting financial crime
A paper from The Institute of International Finance and Deloitte
This paper, written in collaboration with the IIF, explores why financial crime is and is expected to continue to be, a major global problem that will not reduce in importance in the foreseeable future.
Third party credit risk
Growing financial pressure on suppliers, the impact of technology, and failing business models are driving whole-scale changes to many industries, resulting in widespread supply chain disruption. Deloitte looks at how early engagement with suppliers can lead to successful outcomes.