CEO Outlook: Strategic cornerstones of CEOs in Switzerland

In a global survey, KPMG asked the opinion of 1,200 CEOs, of which 50 are based in Switzerland. In regard to their most pressing issues in the coming years, there are some clear indications where the journey might be going. Swiss CEOs would like to speed up their go-to-market processes for products and services.
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Brexit: Is Switzerland an attractive alternative for resident non-doms?

Prior to the referendum, questions asking how Brexit might affect the freedom of travel and other aspects of daily life were in the spotlight. As the implications of the UK’s vote are being felt across Europe and beyond, our focus shifts beyond issues of travel towards what Brexit means for resident non-doms and their existing or future Swiss connections.
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What is Brexit’s impact on the legal and regulatory side of business?

Despite the unpredictable time frame, companies currently doing business in the UK need to assess Brexit’s impact on their business now in order to develop a strategy to deal with it. How do you assess Brexit’s future impact on the regulatory environment from today’s point of view?
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FINMA’s new Public Disclosure rules pose challenges for insurers

Beginning in financial year 2016, Swiss insurance companies will have to meet new minimum disclosures requirements. The rules – set out in the FINMA circular 2016/02 "Offenlegung Versicherer" – are part of the Swiss regulators’ ongoing policy of bringing Swiss supervision into line with its European Union peers under the Solvency II equivalence framework.
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Aligning board talent with strategy – a key challenge

KPMG’s Audit Committee Institute surveyed more than 2,300 directors and senior executives across 46 countries. The survey identified the key challenges or barriers to building high-performing boards, as well as the steps boards are taking to overcome these hurdles and position themselves as strategic assets for their companies.
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Integrierte Versorgung unter einem Dach

Im letzten Blogbeitrag aus der Reihe Integrierte Versorgung haben wir ein Beispiel aus den Niederlanden vorgestellt. Aber das Thema integrierte Versorgung ist schon längst in der Schweiz angekommen und wird vielerorts erfolgreich umgesetzt. Was sind die Erfolgsfaktoren einer integrierten Versorgung?
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