Tag "EY"

Company leaders are preparing for a slowdown in the global economy

CEOs around the world expect an economic downturn, according to EY’s international survey of 1,200 CEOs. The decision-makers want to get out of the crisis strengthened by company acquisitions. The...

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These consumer protection inspections are expected in 2023

Domestic companies can expect comprehensive consumer protection investigations in 2023 as well – draws attention to EY. This year, special foods, the operation of webshops, and the so-called greenwashing were...

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Employee loyalty can be strengthened even without a wage increase

In addition to the SZÉP card, company programs, telephone or laptop, company cars and training are the most popular non-standard benefits at domestic companies, according to a survey of more...

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(HU) Infláció mellett is jönnek az akciók

Promotions keep coming in spite of the inflation Lasting inflation and rising prices make shoppers even keener on price promotions. Retailers are in a difficult position, as sourcing prices change...

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Retailers should prepare for a low-key holiday season

This year, customers around the world can spend less during the holidays, according to EY’s international survey of 21,000 people. In order to reduce costs and waste, they will save...

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EY: It has become clear what the tax authorities are afraid of

Domestic companies expect stricter tax inspections in 2023, transfer pricing is considered the riskiest area, according to a survey of more than 250 participants of the EY Tax Conference. However,...

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The European Parliament has decided: new rules for sustainability reports

The new directive will standardize companies’ sustainability reporting from 2024, so that financial companies, investors and the wider public can access comparable and reliable information about what organizations are doing...

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Climate protection pays off for companies, yet according to a survey, they do not do enough for it

Climate protection initiatives bring greater financial benefits to seven out of ten companies than expected, yet the majority of companies do not reduce their emissions to an extent that could...

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EY: Hungary has one of the most competitive tax systems in the world

Our country was among the top ten in this year’s ranking of the Tax Competitiveness Index, which examines the attractiveness of the tax systems of OECD countries. Hungary thus surpassed...

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The majority of companies do not take into account the financial risks of the climate crisis

Despite the firm expectations of investors, barely a third of companies can adequately present in their financial reports the impact of climate change on their operations, according to EY’s latest...

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Promotions come with inflation, but careless traders can get into serious trouble this way

Persistently high inflation and rising prices make customers even more receptive to various promotions. However, in the changed market environment, traders must pay close attention to properly announcing discounts, as...

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Many switch brands to cut costs

EY’s latest international survey involving 18,000 respondents has found that eight from ten consumers worldwide are concerned about their finances. Every second respondent tries to cut costs by downtrading, and...

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EY: it became clear what customers give up first during brutal price increases

Home delivery of products can be one of the first victims of inflation, while more and more people are opting for cheaper, own-brand goods, according to EY’s international survey of...

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EY & Oxford Analytica: this is how investors’ expectations become stricter

Money in green funds is growing, despite this, raising capital may become more and more difficult even for companies operating responsibly from an environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) point...

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The crisis did not stop company acquisitions

Despite the financial and geopolitical difficulties, the international transaction market is standing its ground, which is mostly driven by private equity investments, according to EY’s international study evaluating corporate mergers...

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(HU) EY: látványosan nőtt a külföldi befektetések száma Magyarországon

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Increasing labor migration, 43% of workers would be willing to resign within a year

Four out of ten employees would resign within a year, most of them switching to a higher-paying job, according to an international survey by EY involving more than 1,500 employers...

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According to a survey, Hungarians would spend at least HUF 6,000 a month on private health insurance

The majority of Hungarians do not have private health insurance, although there is a serious demand for it from the population; Respondents expect the service most quickly and easily, according...

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EY: the domestic acquisition market shows the growing foreign presence of Hungarian companies

The increase in the foreign transactions of domestic companies in 2021 was one of the novelties of the Hungarian acquisition market, according to a study evaluating corporate mergers and acquisitions...

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Hundreds of millions could be called up by domestic companies for R&D this year

By properly using the tax incentives, domestic companies can save up to a third of their R&D costs, the National Office for Research, Development and Innovation and EY said at...

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EY: home office may be a challenge for most offices

Against the backdrop of mounting threat in an era of disruption, the most forward-thinking cybersecurity functions can be critical agents of change. But this will require organizations to foster new...

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Spending preferences change worldwide – global research

As a result of rising prices, the majority of consumers need to change their shopping habits, according to an international survey of 18,000 people in EY. More and more people...

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More and more people around the world are saving and switching to cheaper products

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EY: NAV will pay special attention to online stores this year

This year, the National Tax and Customs Administration (NAV) will pay special attention to online stores,security companies, international transactions and the largest personal income tax claimants, EY told MTI on...

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Prepared domestic businesses can accumulate state subsidies

In addition to investment grants, a number of energy efficiency and R&D resources will be available to Hungarian companies in 2022, EY pointed out at its online event. Companies also...

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According to an EY survey, investment is threatened by external uncertainties

59 percent of CEOs would start their planned investments as soon as possible, but rising commodity prices, trade tensions and climate change are prompting them to be more cautious than...

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EY: the majority of businesses considers ethical operations to be important

90 percent of Hungarian businesses consider it important to operate ethically, but executives are more likely to break the rules, EY told MTI on Tuesday. According to a survey by...

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(HU) A fiatalok többet költenének idén karácsonykor, mint tavaly

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(HU) Magyarország felkerült a megújuló energia befektetések toplistájára

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Climate change could wash away the profits of polluting domestic animals

The profits of hungarian air polluting companies may evaporate due to the seemingly unstoppable price increase in carbon quotas, EY points out. For sustainable operation, it is crucial that companies...

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