Female millennials make up a significant part of the talent pool. They are more highly educated than their previous generation and they consider opportunities for career progression an attractive employer trait.
Constant technological advances give rise to more security breaches, which impact financials. Survey respondents in 2014 report that the number of detected incidents soared to a total of 42.8 million, a 48% leap over 2013. This increase comes at great cost: Total financial losses attributed to security compromises increased 34% over 2013.
PwC’s State of the Internal Audit Profession Study, now on its 11th year, suggests that drivers of change are influencing how internal audit should evolve to maintain its relevance. The report also discusses the concept of True North, a set of ideals used to guide an organization from its current state to where it wants to be.
Traditional approach for cyber risks is no longer sufficient. As technology becomes more sophisticated, information security threats also evolve.
The ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) market is growing far beyond their initial function of tracking large liquid indices in developed markets. ETFs now hold over $2.6 trillion of assets globally.
Currently the 28th largest economy, the Philippines can become the 20th largest economy by 2050 in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP) as rising costs cause off-shore jobs to move to cheaper countries.
PwC’s Growth Markets Centre report, ‘Presence to profitability’, articulates steps to identify and grow profitably with the right partner in growth markets
Shared services centers (SSCs) are growing in number, with many companies choosing to locate their centers in the Philippines. While multinationals have long used shared services as a strategy for driving cost reduction, local companies are starting to realize the value of SSCs as a means to drive compliance and internal control, while stemming the increase in administrative costs.
Our 2014 Portfolio and Programme Management Global Survey received input from a record 3,025 people from 110 countries, providing a truly global view.
Despite the positive outlook for jobs, PwC’s research, which surveyed over 1,300 CEOs in 68 countries, reveals that business leaders are more concerned about being able to find the right people to fill these roles.
Strategy&, a member firm of the PwC network of firms, recently released the 14th annual Chief Executive Study, which examines CEO turnover and incoming and outgoing CEOs at the world’s 2,500 largest public companies.
Registration as a participating institution for compliance to the United States government’s Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) is important for institutions that plan conduct business with US individuals and/or entities. Find out why.
Organisations the world over are currently challenged with a lack of women in leadership positions, and fast becoming concerned with the competitive and financial toll this could mean for their organisations. Meanwhile they are also facing the challenges that come with vast numbers of millennial talent entering and reshaping the workforce.
In a competitive market, getting the price right could open up opportunities for companies to significantly boost its revenues. In this study, PwC asked over 500 specialists from companies across all industries around the globe on their pricing approach.
The shrinking wage gap between emerging economies and developed countries could make the Philippines (along with other countries such as India) an attractive manufacturing location by 2030.
This PwC study, in collaboration with the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR), looks into the long-term opportunity for public-private sector collaboration in building and rebuilding risk-resilient infrastructure.
Sustainability and climate change have moved to the top of the corporate agenda, gaining traction among employees, shareholders, regulators and consumers alike. Most organisations know it's an area that can no longer be ignored, but many are at different stages of understanding.
In the Climate Change & Sustainability Survey 2011, we delve into what Philippine businesses are doing to take action on the effects of climate change.
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