More than 30 years of thought leadership

 

 

2015

 

With 30 years of experience in the region, 9 partners, +300 staff, and a strong foothold into Africa, PwC Mauritius is in fine position to pursue its strategy of being the #1 professional services firm.

 

2010

 

Our firm consists of 9 partners, +220 professional staff and 40 internal firm services staff.

 

2009

 

Relocation of the Port Louis offices under one roof to 30,000 sq feet of modern premises at 18 CyberCity, Ebène.The new offices include a 100-seating break out area and a modern gym. Particular emphasis put on energy savings and lighting comfort in the work environment.

 

2007

 

Following the Enron event and new regulations, PwC separates itself from its offshore service. André Bonieux is named Senior Partner. Part of our Assurance practice moves to our third office in TM Building, Port Louis.

 

2003

 

PwC is the first professional firm in Mauritius to be authorised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) to train chartered accountants. The two first Chartered Accountants (ACAs) of the ICAEW trained in Mauritius will obtain their accreditation in 2006.

 

2001

 

Major project management: The Illovo Deal. Ebene becomes the epicentre of the country for the development of the CyberIsland.

 

1998

 

First Best Published Accounts (today known as the Corporate Reporting Awards), in recognition of efforts made by companies to improve the contents and presentation of their Annual Reports. The event is today a national annual event in the business community.

 

1998

 

The Merger: Worldwide merger of Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand to create PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Local staff: 200. Robert Bigaignon is named Country Leader.

 

1995

 

First Budget lunch organised in Mauritius by Price Waterhouse.

 

1993

 

Price Waterhouse starts to provide offshore services. A second office is opened in the Champ de Mars.

 

1990

 

Price Waterhouse publishes the first Mauritius Accounting Standards to facilitate the task of all those involved in applying accounting standards and improve the quality of financial reporting.

 

1988

 

Affiliation to an international firm was a sine qua non for future development: SRC becomes Price Waterhouse, a full-fledged office offering a range of services including audit, accountancy, receiverships and winding up, training, taxation, and even a Japanese desk. The firm is headed by Robert Bigaignon.

 

1987

 

Ramdoyal Joyram & Co merge with DH+S, and soon become Coopers & Lybrand.

 

1984

 

Creation of Societe Roger de Chazal & Partners (SRC), with Jean-Paul de Chazal, Bernard Mayer and Robert Bigaignon as founding partners. 10 staff.

 

 

 

 

 

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Anthony Leung Shing
Tax Leader
Tel: +230 404 5071
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Robert Coutet
Assurance Leader
Tel: +230 404 5138
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Jean-Pierre Young
Advisory Leader
Tel: +230 404 5028
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Ariane Serret
Senior Manager, Clients and Markets Development
Tel: +230 4045029
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