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New Partner in PwC Slovakia – James Miller

New Partner in PwC Slovakia – James Miller

Bratislava 20 September 2017 – James Miller, an Assurance Partner at PwC, recently relocated to the Bratislava office. He will be the lead partner for various US multinational clients in Slovakia and the CEE region. James will continue to share his US GAAP / GAAS knowledge and insights to drive business and quality in the CEE region. Before relocating to Bratislava James was based out of San Francisco, California where we worked on a variety of consumer and industrial product clients.

Štefan Čupil – new head of the RAS Department at PwC in Slovakia

Štefan Čupil – new head of the RAS Department at PwC in Slovakia

Mr Štefan Čupil was appointed head of the Risk Assurance Services Department at PwC in Slovakia in September 2017. He is responsible for corporate risk management services, IT consultancy, and cybersecurity. He has been working at PwC since 2011. He has more than 13 years’ experience of comprehensive advisory projects for clients in the telecom, energy, and industrial production sectors in Slovakia, Germany, Czech Republic, Serbia, and Ukraine.

Award for the D4/R7 Project PPP Deal of the Year 2016 in Europe

Award for the D4/R7 Project PPP Deal of the Year 2016 in Europe

On 1 February 2017, the Project Finance International Magazine (“PFI”) gave the "PPP Deal of the Year 2016 in Europe" Award to the D4/R7 Project in Slovakia. The Bratislava bypass project was recognised in the European competition in the project financing section. PwC in Slovakia and the Czech Republic were the leading advisors in this project, and they co-operated with other firms and the Slovak Ministry of Transport, Construction, and Regional Development from 2014 to 2016.

Slovak and Czech companies use digital technologies to control costs and processes, but underestimate their importance for key business activities – to win customers and attract talent

This is a key finding of PwC’s Digital IQ 2015 survey. The survey examines how top managers control and manage investments in digital technologies so that they contribute to the sustainable development of companies. The study analysed 25 factors, and almost 2,000 executive directors from 51 countries shared their opinions and experience.

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