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Insights into global economic changes and the impact on TP from an industry perspective

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Jobst Wilmanns and Anodri Suchdeve from Deloitte Germany introduce the ITR industry special focus guide 2023, with insights from industry experts on global economic changes and challenges from a TP perspective, produced in collaboration with global TP industry experts from Deloitte.

This guide will explore current topics of interest in the banking and insurance sectors as well as fintech. Hot topics in the consumer, automotive, life sciences and healthcare and industrial products and construction industries will also be discussed.

In the financial services sector, regulatory developments and changes in the interest rate environment will be a key focus. In the consumer industry, value chain changes resulting from digitalisation and the growing importance of cyber security and its impact on brand and reputation will be analysed.

Chapters on the life sciences and healthcare and technology sectors will discuss the current trending topics impacting their TP. The industrial products and construction industry focus will dive into the US Inflation Reduction Act and its influences on global industrial products and construction enterprises.

We hope you look forward to reading.

The full industry special focus guide will be released on 24th August

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