27 Jun 2016
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC Nigeria), in partnership with The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC), held a capacity-building workshop for Micro, Small and Medium scale Enterprises (MSMEs) in Lagos.
22 Jun 2016
PwC Nigeria has announced the admission of 2 new partners into the firm’s partnership, effective July 1, 2016. The new partners are Femi Osinubi and Esiri Agbeyi of the firm’s Assurance and Tax practices respectively.
08 Jun 2016
There are currently 634 million people without electricity in Africa and in Nigeria we estimate that only one in five people has access to power from the electricity grid. Faster progress is needed, and we believe it can be achieved if national energy policies adopt a more comprehensive approach to energy access.
06 Jun 2016
PwC lists the ten most important technology-driven forces that will shape competition in the financial services industry by 2020 and six priorities for financial institutions to benefit from them.
31 May 2016
PwC Nigeria is proud to support the Lagos State Government on this laudable initiative aimed at repositioning tertiary education in the state and adequately preparing products of the state’s tertiary institutions for the world of work
31 May 2016
PwC Nigeria, a leading professional services firm, has called on Internal auditors in Nigeria to focus on leadership as this will increase their value contribution and help the broader organisation address emerging risks
19 Feb 2016
PwC is excited about the opportunity to be part of such the GEM project, which will create numerous opportunities for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME's) in Nigeria, as well as impact overall economic growth and non-oil revenue for Nigeria.
29 Jan 2016
This PwC report is centred on the ways in which corruption had impacted the Nigerian economy over time and provides robust evidence and impetus for reducing corruption in Nigeria.
26 Nov 2015
This report by PwC takes an in-depth look into the Nigerian automotive industry from the 1960s to date. A 'keynote' among findings is that Nigeria has the potential to become the hub of Africa's automotive industry
23 Nov 2015
Experts and key players in the Nigerian mining industry gathered for the inaugural Infrastructure Partnerships for African Development (iPAD) Nigeria Mining Forum, which was organized in partnership with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).