Strategy and operations

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Point of view: Sustainability reporting and disclosure - What does the future look like?


As sustainability has become more mainstream, what should companies be considering? Read PwC's Point of view for more.

Healthcare, higher education, and nonprofit series: Year end review and 2017 outlook


In this webcast our tax specialists will discuss key areas impacting healthcare providers including academic medical centers, universities, and other tax-exempt organizations.

Pharmaceutical and life sciences tax quarterly


In this webcast, our specialists provide legislative and year-end tax accounting updates.

Deals Practice series: Year-end review and 2017 outlook


In this webcast we will review the current state of the deals market in the US, the trends impacting deal making and what we envision the landscape could look like in 2017.

PwC comments on ASEC’s proposed revision of its trust services criteria


PwC supports efforts to align ASEC’s trust services criteria with COSO and address cybersecurity risks.

PwC comments on ASEC’s proposed description criteria for cybersecurity


PwC believes flexibility is necessary to increase reporting on cybersecurity and demand for attestation engagements.

Aviation Perspectives: Volume 4.3 - Cybersecurity detection


Our latest edition continues to analyze cybersecurity in the airline industry. In this third volume of our four-part series, we focus on detection. What defenses are in place to minimize damage to an organization when an attack occurs?

Media, technology and advertising innovation: Building trust at every stage


In this recorded webcast, our specialists discuss the business drivers necessitating increased trust and transparency in the media, technology and advertising sectors.

Mergers and acquisitions


CFOdirect issue articles relating to strategy and operations: mergers and acquisitions

Contingent consideration in business combinations


Contingent consideration can sometimes be comp expense rather than purchase price. Watch now to learn why.

Talent: The cornerstone of Internal Audit’s strategic plan


For internal audit, many factors are converging to magnify both the importance and the challenge of building an effective talent model. Higher stakeholder expectations and increasingly complex risks demand different skill sets from internal audit such as advanced business acumen and expertise in specific technologies, functional areas, or industry regulations. This paper provides tangible guidance on how, as a profession, we can progress this important capability.