16.05.2013 | Company: Citibank Europe plc, organizacni slozka
PRAGUE – According to Citibank’s latest survey conducted in cooperation with IPSOS, only every fourteenth Czech (7.4%) is willing to invest more than CZK 50,000 per year in financial products. The single largest part of the adult population (37.3%) invests up to CZK 10,000. Approximately one fourth (25.5%) invest CZK 10,000 to 50,000 per year. Almost 30% do not invest at all. The survey has also shown that when it comes to growing their money through investment in financial products Czechs still remain very conservative: more than 56% out of those, who plan to invest in the upcoming months, prefer saving products such as savings accounts or schemes of savings and loan associations. Traditional investment products for appreciation of financial assets over the long term, such as stocks, mutual funds, or bonds, will be used by 40% of investors (13.5% stocks, 18.6% mutual funds, and 8.3% bonds). Short-term investments in forex products remain an underestimated opportunity and in the upcoming 12 months will be used by only 3.2% of Czech investors.
09.05.2013 | Company: Ernst & Young
► A fifth of all respondents and 42% of board directors and senior managers in the EMEIA region admit to misrepresenting financial reporting / ► Companies in the Czech Republic ignore ethical principles / ► In the region, Czechs trust least in the importance of anti-corruption rules and their enforcement by management
27.02.2013 | Company: Citibank Europe plc, organizacni slozka
PRAGUE – An internal survey conducted by Citibank Europe plc amongst Citi credit card holders suggests that credit card use differs depending not only on gender and age, but also on the sign of the Zodiac under which people were born. Overall, Arians are “the biggest spenders”, whose expenses represent almost 10% of overall spending on Citi credit cards in the last year. On the contrary, Scorpios are the most frugal. In 2012, the difference in the volume of spending between these Citi credit card holders was almost 200 million crowns. Part of the survey was an analysis of Citi credit card holders’ shopping patterns across all shopping segments such as retail shops, traveling, garment shops, catering facilities, and car dealers in 2012.
26.5.2010 | Company: PricewaterhouseCoopers Česká republika, s.r.o.
CEOs’ views on Czech business challenges in a fragile economic environment
12.4.2010 | Company: Baker Tilly Czech Republic
Freshly updated guide to Doing Business in the Czech Republic
5.3.2010 | Company: KPMG Česká republika, s.r.o.
In its current insight into lost and stolen information in 2009, KPMG looks at the ways data can leak, using the latest research into worldwide reports of data loss incidents.
10.11.2009 | Company: KPMG Česká republika, s.r.o.
Next to price, quality of the products and services offered is what clients are increasingly concerned with. To collect and analyse information about the infolines and representatives of selected insurance companies operating in the Czech market, KPMG used the Mystery calling method.
07.10.2009 | Company: PricewaterhouseCoopers Česká republika, s.r.o.
Presenting an economic picture of Central and Eastern Europe as the region grapples with the effect of the global crisis. The economies of the region share many similarities, and most of all, they are facing similar challenges, and are strongly interdependent. Often, today’s risks are tomorrow’s opportunities. If we take proper advantage of these opportunities, the region will soon return to a path of strong economic growth.
31.08.2009 | Company: ?
Ninety-six percent of organizations believe they have an opportunity to improve their risk management functions. Furthermore, nearly half say committing additional resources to risk management could create a competitive advantage, according to Ernst & Young’s Future of Risk survey, which examined organizations’ attitudes toward risk management.
22.07.2009 | Company: Deloitte Advisory s.r.o.
Central European Private Equity confidence survey
15.07.2009 | Company: KPMG Česká republika, s.r.o.
Can restructuring help companies to regain consumer confidence? How does the amendment to the VAT Act affect the private use of company cars? And why does it pay to invest in photovoltaics today? Find the answers to these and many more questions in the new issue of Horizons.
01.07.2009 | Company: KPMG Česká republika, s.r.o.
The results of a recent survey of 315 industry executives from 49 countries conducted in March and April 2009 by KPMG International and the Economist Intelligence Unit show that more than half of its respondents expect an improvement in organic growth (55 percent) and expect an improvement in growth by acquisition or take-over (53 percent) during the next 12 months. Respondents are also positive about their business prospects as they relate to premium volume (say 53 percent), expense ratio (say 53 percent) and capital reserves (say 47 percent). They are least positive about their share price, with only 40 percent of respondents expecting to see an improvement in this area.
09.06.2009 | Company: ?
Former FDI hotspots such as the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Turkey were also bruised. The Czech Republic still ranked in the top 20.
03.06.2009 | Company: KPMG Česká republika, s.r.o.
Companies in Japan, Singapore and India advanced in post-recession planning, while Europe is unsure on way forward.
26.05.2009 | Company: ?
2008 was an “annus horribilis” for the banking industry but despite all expectations letting activity to banks increased by 25% year on year in 2008, albeit bolstered by a few large deals. However, a sharp slowdown was evident in the first quarter of 2009, with activity 80% below the quarterly average.
15.05.2009 | Company: KPMG Česká republika, s.r.o.
KPMG International: An investigation into how the tax treatment of savings has impacted the development of the global savings market.
03.02.2009 | Company: PricewaterhouseCoopers Česká republika, s.r.o.
With the European auto industry in turmoil following precipitous falls in vehicle sales in the 2nd half of 2008 and no immediate prospect of a return to normal selling rates, governments in the region are being pressured to act to provide relief to the industry’s value chain. In the words of Carlos Ghosn, Renault’s CEO, “The industry faces a crisis that is brutal, global and exceptionally large. We can even talk of the Great Depression of 1929.”
23.01.2009 | Company: MAZARS
PERSONAL INCOME TAX | CORPORATE INCOME TAX
14.01.2009 | Company: Grafton Recruitment s.r.o.
We would like to share with you the findings of our Quick Market Survey we have conducted across Poland, Hungary, Romania and Czech Republic. The survey was carried out over the last three weeks. We had responses from over 500 Top HR leaders from every major industry in the region. This was a greater reaction than we expected, clearly indicating the sense of openness and sharing that leaders feel in these challenging times.
07.01.2009 | Company: ?
Large multinationals are leading the way, while many other companies still have a long way to go. Tax executives around the world find effective tax risk management more important than ever, according to Ernst & Young’s global tax risk survey, Steady course; unchartered waters. The survey shows that the proportion of executives spending more than 20% of their time on tax risk issues has increased from 16% in 2006 to 26% in 2008.
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