PwC chief advises Korea Inc. to adapt and innovate to remain competitiveKorea has emerged as a global industrial powerhouse since the Korean War. Over the past six decades, automakers, shipbuilders, steelmakers and other manufacturers have become leaders in the industry. Companies like Samsung Electronics and Hyundai Motor have successfully sold Korea-made products across the world.
Five global megatrendsNally first talked about the global demographic shift.
Korea urged to cope with aging population
No universal corporate governance model
Integrity and professionalism are key to PwCNally said PwC offers two important things to its clients and the public. “There are two things when I think about our role in the world. First is the issue of trust in society. Trust today is at an all-time low and we have an important role to play in regaining trust in institutions. To do so, we need to hire the best talents and train them to act responsibly and professionally.”
Active CSR at PwCThroughout its 40-year history here, Samil PwC has been implementing an array of corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs to support those in need.
About Dennis NallyNally has served as the chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) International since 2009. Prior to that, Nally was the chairman and senior partner of the U.S. unit of PwC. He has extensive experience serving large multinational clients in a variety of industries, but focusing on technology and life sciences.