Facts and figures

For the year ending 30 June 2013, PwC’s gross revenues were US$32.1 billion, up 4%, a strong performance in the face of some challenging circumstances.

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(revenue is in millions of dollars).

(PwC people by region)

FY13 revenues are the aggregated revenues of all PwC firms and are expressed in US dollars at average FY13 exchange rates. Gross revenues are inclusive of expenses billed to clients. Fiscal year ends 30 June.

Service-line view

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2013

(revenue is in millions of dollars)

(PwC people as a percentage of total)

FY13 revenues are the aggregated revenues of all PwC firms and are expressed in US dollars at average FY13 exchange rates. FY12 aggregated revenues are shown at average FY12 exchange rates. Gross revenues are inclusive of expenses billed to clients. Fiscal year ends 30 June. The allocation of revenues between Lines of Service has been restated for FY11 to reflect the current organisation structure.

PwC people since 2003

Corporate Responsibility in numbers

Year

Corporate Responsibility in numbers for 2013

These figures relate only to the 21 largest firms in the PwC network. Giving: the comparative FY11 and FY10 figures have been re-stated to reflect a correction in a prior year classification of contributions from our people and PwC Foundations. Number of PwC people participating in community activities includes general volunteering, skilled volunteering, pro bono and discounted services. The comparative for FY12 has been restated to reflect an understatement error. Provision of professional services/skilled volunteering includes the number of hours of skilled volunteering, pro bono and discounted services contributed to community activities. The comparative for FY12 has been restated to reflect an under statement error.

Industry view

  • Communications
  • Automotive
  • Healthcare
  • Transportation and logistics
  • Pharmaceutical and life sciences
  • Entertainment and media
  • Insurance
  • Professional and business services
  • Government and public sector
  • Technology
  • Energy, utilities and mining
  • Retail and consumer
  • Asset management and private equity
  • Industrial products
  • Banking and capital markets
  • 0
  • 3%
  • 6%
  • 9%
  • 12%
  • 15%

(percentage of revenue)

Client view

Indices

FT Global 500

Audit clients include both sole and joint audits. Non-audit clients are those companies where PwC did not provide statutory audit services and where revenues exceeded US$ 500,000 in FY13.