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.
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. The topic areas summarized in this publication are based on comment letters issued by the SEC staff to automotive companies and posted on the SEC’s EDGAR website from October 1, 2014 to September 30, 2015.
Automotive M&A deal volume for the first half of 2015 was up ten percent, further extending gains made in the first half of 2014.
Explore scenarios for the transformation of the automotive industry in PwC's Re-inventing the wheel.
See highlights from PwC's Transaction Services valuation summary for the Automotive industry, which include trends in market multiples, related transaction, and transaction benchmarking analysis summarizing the average allocation of intangible assets and goodwill observed.
Tax rate benchmarking can be an enormously valuable tool for tax executives determined to generate greater value from their tax departments. Assessing tax 2015 not only provides peer group comparisons for improvement in planning and shaping the tax function, it helps you to gain meaningful insight into sector trends to support business growth.
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.
Analysis of deal activity in 2014 revealed a lackluster year as M&A volume and value remained near ten-year lows. Despite subdued performance, we are cautiously optimistic regarding 2015 as advanced economies continue to recover and emerging and developing economies continue to grow. Looking forward, one key driver of improved activity across modes will likely be the decline in fuel costs globally. We expect these prices to provide additional capital for more M&A.
Analysis of deal activity in 2014 revealed a significant improvement in transaction activity after a lackluster 2013, with a notable pickup in defense-related transactions. The total deal value, $22.3 billion, was slightly above the 10-year rolling average of $21.2 billion. The number of megadeals, or transactions of $1 billion or greater, doubled from 2013 and included the first defense-oriented megadeal since the Budget Control Act of 2011.