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PwC's Annual transparency report
This is PwC Nigeria's Capital Markets Update for the half year ended June 30, 2017. This snapshot of the equity and debt capital markets in Nigeria includes issuances for the past 5 years and our thoughts and insight on what we're seeing in the market.
PwC Nigeria's Advisory Outlook series features insights from thought leaders across PwC's Nigeria's consulting practices.
The Nigerian Film Industry (Nollywood) is globally recognised as the second largest film producer in the world. It is one of the priority sectors identified in the Economic Recovery and Growth plan of the Federal Government of Nigeria with a planned $1billion in export revenue by 2020.
In this publication, we focus on the future of gaming, highlighting the trends that are influencing change in the Nigerian gaming landscape.
Get updates and latest information on taxation matters in Nigeria and Globally.
This report argues that Nigeria’s agriculture sector requires massive investments to increase production and to create value addition across the most profitable segments of the value chain. In order to examine Nigeria’s agricultural value chain, the report focuses on cocoa and dairy as case studies. Also, it suggests strategies for upgrading the production and processing segments of the agricultural value chain.
The release of the revised guidelines makes it critical for taxpayers in Nigeria to reassess their transfer pricing practices, to ensure full compliance with Nigerian laws.
Nigeria's Refining Revolution provides a studious analysis of the current state of the refining sector and the refining revolution we predict will take place over the next 3-5 years.
Promoting Economic Prosperity - Analysis of the State Level Business Environment in Nigeria presents the findings from the State Level Business Environment Analysis conducted across four Nigeria States (Anambra, Edo, Ogun and Niger)
This reports on how anticipated industry growth will occur with adequate benefits, coverage & compliance and financial sustainability.
Equity markets tend to decline in periods of recession and Nigeria is no exception. Equity capital markets unlike bond markets, tend to bear the initial brunt of a recession, as seen in the absence of IPOs and FOs in 2016. However, we expect to see activity pick up in the equity capital markets in 2017 as the Naira begins to stabilize, investors regain confidence, and issuers who paused their plans due to uncertainty, access the market again.
Prior to the recent decline in the price of crude oil, Nigeria enjoyed strong economic growth at a CAGR of 5.3%, post- rebasing. However, this growth did not translate perception into social development as high poverty and inequality levels persist
This review of developments in the African oil and gas industry is our sixth in a series of reviews of the sector.
This report provides a detailed account of the 2015 edition of the annual PwC Power and Utilities Roundtable. It features the discussion papers presented at the event as well as the opinions shared by stakeholders in attendance towards transforming the sector in Nigeria
Preserving Value publications and materials are reports from PwC Nigeria's Debt Restructuring Breakfast event sessions.
We’ve identified six goods and service exports that we expect will offer UK businesses the greatest potential for growth. These goods and services reflect the UK’s comparative advantage and Nigeria’s likely import pattern as it develops
Our global report Financial services technology 2020 and beyond: Embracing disruption examines the forces that are disrupting the role, structure, and competitive environment for financial institutions and the markets and societies in which they operate.
Budget 2016 - Find reviews and Key happenings around the Nigerian Budget 2017
The changing dynamics in Nigeria's economic climate Uncertainty has engulfed the Nigerian economy, and as the government grapples with how best to bring stability to the system, businesses continue to struggle with the challenges being thrown their way on a seemingly daily basis.