This supplement to our In depth on leases highlights areas that could create challenges for automotive companies.
A closer look at autonomous vehicles, in-car technology, car sharing and ride sharing.
Take a closer look at the latest automotive SEC comment letters and trends to prepare your end of year financial reports and high quality annual reports.
Auto M&A deal value for the first half of 2016 was down 37%, off the pace experienced in 2015. However, with 257 deals, volume was only down 7%.
In this paper, we focus solely on the US results of our 2016 International Automotive Lending & Leasing survey and provide relevant insight to not only lenders, but also manufacturers and dealers.
FASB’s new leasing guidance requires lessees to record leases embedded in other arrangements on their balance sheets.
The level of taxes and duties raised around the use of a car can help determine local demand. PwC’s Global Automotive Tax Guide for 2015 provides data and tax implications relating to the use of a car in 44 markets around the world.
A deeper dive into how accelerating urbanization, demographic shifts, and technological breakthroughs (Megatrends) are impacting, both individually and collectively, the automotive finance industry.
Our webcast provides insight into the impact FASB’s new consolidation standard will have on commercial and industrial companies in the automotive, communications, entertainment & media, energy, healthcare, industrial products, pharmaceuticals, retail & consumer, transportation, technology, and utility industries. Watch a replay or participate in the on demand (CPE-eligible) version of this webcast.
The FASB and IASB have issued their long-awaited converged standard on revenue recognition -- how will you be affected? This industry-specific supplement to our In depth highlights some of the areas that could create the most significant challenges for automotive entities as they transition to the new standard.
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