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The company of the future needs an adaptable CEO and a flexible workforce
Female millennials are the most confident and ambitious of any female generation.
The global economic power shift away from the established advanced economies in North America, Western Europe and Japan will continue over the next 35 years.
European loan portfolios with a face value of €91bn were sold in 2014, up from €64bn the previous year, says PwC in a Q4 update from its Portfolio Advisory Group.
Interest in secondary assets and recovering markets continues to rise in the face of strong competition for prime assets and a european capital surge
London, 5th December 2014 -- The media reports on tax advice provided by PwC in Luxembourg and co-ordinated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) are based on partial, incomplete information , which was illegally obtained.
London, 7 Nov 2014 -- The recent reports in the media on tax advice in Luxembourg co-ordinated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) are based on partial, incomplete information dating back four years or more, which was illegally obtained.
Paying taxes has become easier over the past year for medium-sized companies around the world, the latest report from the World Bank Group and PwC finds
PwC's Key Trends in Human Capital 2014 report reveals that a more strategic approach to resourcing is required, as economies emerge from recession and look for growth
Cocoa’s boom-bust price cycles could hit African farmers hard, but industry is responding
Family businesses must adapt faster, innovate sooner and become more professional in the way they run their operations if they are to remain successful
Executives rely more on experience and advice than data to make business-defining choices, but data-driven organisations report improved decision making
Annamaria Nagy has recently joined PwC Hungary as the new Human Capital Leader, replacing Meyrick Stevens.
As of July 2014 two new partners have been appointed to join PwC Hungary’s leaders. Ákos Burján and László Deák are both from of the Tax and Legal Department of PwC Hungary.
PwC was named a leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Strategy Consulting Services 2014 Vendor Assessment report.
A new report from PwC suggests that, by as soon as 2025 – 2030, a market economy could readily exist without banks of the traditional kind.
Dr. Gábor Laki (35) joined PwC Hungary’s tax consulting team on 1 July. Dr. Laki, who holds degrees in tax consultancy, law and economics, has been appointed as a Director of the corporate income tax team.
PwC has appointed a new regional CEO and leadership team to lead its network of firms across Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).
PwC Hungary has appointed Dr. Péter Honyek (37) as a senior manager in the personal income tax and social security consulting group.
New research by professional services network PwC, commissioned by LinkedIn today reveals that poor talent adaptability is costing the global economy billions of dollars
PwC is pleased to announce today the successful completion of its combination with Booz & Company. With the granting of all regulatory approvals for Booz & Company to join PwC, it is now officially part of the PwC Network.
Zsolt Szelecki (48), Partner at PwC, leader of the firm’s HR consulting business in Central Eastern Europe (CEE) will be pursuing his further career with PwC London.
Almost exactly a year after the laying of the foundation stone, PwC Hungary has moved into its new office located in Budapest’s impressive Eiffel Palace.
After a long wait, we are finally seeing a substantial change in business leaders’ economic outlook. Both Hungarian and global CEOs are optimistic about their company’s prospects for growth and the recovery of the global economy.
Economic crime against businesses continues to rise around the world. One out of four Hungarian companies and 37% of respondents globally reported having been the victim of economic crime in the last two years, but the actual numbers are probably even higher.
Economies around the world are adopting a range of policies as they strive to strike a balance between raising tax revenues and encouraging growth, according to a new report from the World Bank Group and PwC.
SSCs would deserve more recognition, as they have created thousands of new jobs and attracted high-value added projects to Hungary.
PwC will invest $60 million in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) over the next three years, to enhance industry and specialist expertise and strengthen its lead in the market
PwC Hungary is proud to announce the emergence of two new leaders among its ranks. Péter Sere (37) has been appointed director of the advisory group for businesses in the technology, information, communications and entertainment sectors, and László Radványi (34) will contribute his expertise to PwC’s assurance group as a director, both of them starting from October 31, 2013.
PwC study finds innovation moving from fringe activity to mainstream.
Árpád Balázs took over as territory assurance leader at PwC Hungary from Nick Kós, the firm’s CEO, as of 1 July 2013. In the future, Nick Kós will focus on his duties as the leader of PwC Hungary.
The need for a comprehensive industry strategy was a key message at PwC’s 2nd Regional Automotive Summit
PwC Hungary has appointed János Kókai (36) as a director in its advisory group specializing in providing services for the financial sector.
Only one in twenty CEOs expects the Hungarian economy to grow, according to PwC’s 2nd Hungarian CEO Survey
According to the tax specialists at PwC Hungary, the extent to which the Hungarian government can make the conditions for taking up Hungarian residence attractive is still uncertain.
Family businesses are ‘unsung heroes’ of the global economy, with increased sales and aggressive five-year growth plans, says PwC
Global economic centre of gravity shifts, but even emerging economies face growth challenges, says PwC report
PwC makes strategic management changes
PwC Hungary has announced that several of its senior executives will be assuming new roles as of 1 July 2012.
The new Country Managing Partner of PwC Hungary has been appointed
Nick Kós (43) will be the new Country Managing Partner of PwC Hungary from 1 July, 2012.
Changes in the management of PwC
PwC moves to the legendary building of Pesti Hírlap’s headquarters
An independent downtown project of real estate development company Horizon Development
10 November 2011
PwC reports FY2011 global revenues of US$29.2 billion
3 October 2011
Even Closer To Clients – PwC Opens Its First Regional Office in Győr
PwC set to contribute to the success of Győr as an active player on the local economic scene
September 21 2011
New PwC office in Győr
Zsolt Borkai, the mayor of the city of Győr welcomed George Johnstone, the CEO of the Hungarian office of PwC for a personal meeting on the occasion of PwC opening its first office outside of Budapest in Győr in the summer of 2011.
3 February 2011