Strategy

How we can help

Develop a global growth strategy

We can help you develop new market-oriented growth strategies tailored to your business’s strengths, needs and ambitions, strategies that are specifically geared to a three-speed global economy and the varying dynamics of different markets.

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Manage risks as you grow

We can work with you in your boardrooms and back offices, helping you protect and strengthen every aspect of your business, from people to performance, systems to strategy, business plans to business resilience.

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Deliver deal value

We can help you find suitable targets, negotiate the best terms and manage the post-deal integration process to maximise the value of your mergers and acquisitions, drawing on our comprehensive range of consulting, tax, financial and business assurance services.

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Execute successful transactions

We can help you master the many challenges associated with cross-border listings, IPOs and debt offerings, using our capital markets expertise and knowledge of different regulatory regimes.

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Make sense of regulation

We can help you manage different local regulations when you enter new markets, as well as help identify and control future regulatory risks.

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Invest responsibly

We can help you assess how compliant you are with sustainable development requirements, policies and codes, advise you about the impact on any operational changes you’re planning and suggest areas for improvement.

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Manage tax issues

We can help you manage your global and local tax issues, including corporate tax, indirect tax and accounting risks and opportunities.

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Setting strategy in a changing world

The differing rates of economic growth, or indeed, contraction that we see around the world together with greater volatility, has made it more difficult for companies to create and execute new growth strategies. Other changes have compounded the challenges. These include the impact of new digital technologies, shifting demographics, changing customer behaviour and mounting pressure on the world’s most critical natural resources. The links between business and governments around the world have also become clearer and more important.

Seeing the future clearly and developing a proactive response - rather than simply reacting to events - will be a key source of competitive advantage in a fast-evolving market.

What does this mean for your business?

Top executives in every industry are considering how to succeed in this new environment. They’re thinking about how best to pull strategic levers like talent, collaboration and innovation. They’re also reassessing their risk strategies and organisational and analytical techniques to make their companies more resilient. And some of them are targeting specific emerging economies, which they now regard as more promising than their traditional markets.

But all markets vary – as do the needs and wants of the customers they comprise. So it’s essential to have a global growth strategy that’s underpinned by the ability to get closer to customers at local level. This often entails dealing with different demographic profiles, assumptions, behavioural patterns and the like. It may also mean localising a company’s power structure, allowing the business to pivot in different directions across different markets as conditions change.

That’s a tall order, especially given the need to keep a tight global rein on costs and risks. But, in our view, local responsiveness is now vital for the success of any strategy based on global growth.

 

View our latest Strategy research and insights

 

MoneyTree™ China TMT Report -- Q3/Q4 2014

This quarterly study of private equity investment activity is based on data provided by Zero2IPO and serves as a reliable source of current and recent trends in PE/VC funding.

Jun 17, 2015

 
 

Focus on the UK: election over now what comes next?

Following the outcome of the UK general election,we discuss some of the key political and economic issues and challenges.

Jun 5, 2015

 
 

Global Economy Watch June 2015

Eurozone GDP growth started off the year on the right foot, expanding by 0.4% quarter-on-quarter, and actually outstripping US and UK growth this quarter.

Jun 5, 2015

 
 

North Africa: what you need to know

It’s been almost five years since the beginning of the ‘Arab Spring’ which brought about significant change in North Africa and the wider region.

Jun 5, 2015

 
 

MoneyTree™ India Q1 2015

The first quarter of 2015 started on a steady note, attracting 2.8 billion USD across 130 deals.

May 28, 2015

 
 

Global Economy Watch May 2015

Economic update: US economy falters in Q1

May 5, 2015

 
 

Payback time! Emerging markets and the rising dollar

Emerging markets and the rising dollar.

May 5, 2015

 
 

Iran: Wind of change

Since 2012, Iran's access to capital and trade markets has been severely limited on the back of international sanctions. But this could all soon come to an end.

May 5, 2015

 
 

Global Economy Watch April 2015

Slowing growth and low inflation but China still has room for manoeuvre

Apr 3, 2015

 
 

Employment and productivity – GDP growth through a labour market lens

At an aggregate level, there are more jobs in the G7 and E7 now than there were before the crisis, but has labour productivity grown too?

Apr 3, 2015