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About EY's Transaction Advisory Services
How organizations manage their capital agenda today will define their competitive position tomorrow. Our more than13,000-strong team across the globe works with our clients to help them make better and more informed decisions
about how they strategically manage capital and transactions in a changing world. Whether you'represerving, optimizing, raising or investing capital, EY's Transaction Advisory Services bring together a unique combination of
skills, insight and experience to deliver tailored advice attuned to your needs — helping you drive competitive advantage and increased shareholder returns through improved decision-making across all aspects of your capital agenda. EY's Transaction Advisory Services was namedthe Accountancy Firm of the Year in Europe by Mergermarket in 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2010.
About EY's Global Capital Confidence Barometer
The EY Global Capital Confidence Barometer is a biannual survey compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit of more than 1,700 senior executives from large companies around the world and across industry sectors. This is the
15th semiannual Barometer in the series, which began in November 2009; respondents for the 15th edition were surveyed in August and September 2016, 50% were CEOs, CFOs and other C-level executives. Respondents represented 18 sectors, including financial services, consumer products and retail, technology, life sciences, automotive and transportation, oil and gas, power and utilities, mining and metals, diversified industrial products, and construction and real estate. The objective of the Barometer is to gauge corporate confidence in the global and domestic economic outlook, to understand boardroom priorities in the next 12 months, and to identify emerging capital practices that will distinguish those companies building competitive advantage as the global economy continues to evolve.
*according to Dealogic and EY analysis