Regulation

How we can help

Assess your regulatory risk profile

We can help you anticipate and respond more effectively to compliance and regulatory requirements and risks in order to support your performance objectives, sustain value and protect your organisational brand.

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Gain insight from your financial reporting

We can help you satisfy your stakeholders’ expectations, keep pace with a fast-evolving corporate reporting environment, identify internal management issues and develop useful insights for addressing present and future challenges.

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Navigate the tax policy landscape

We can help you understand and comply with your fiscal and regulatory tax obligations, resolve challenges and maximise value over time on the basis of full disclosure.

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Manage tax complexity

We can help you manage global and local tax regulations, including corporate tax, indirect tax and accounting risks and opportunities.

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Manage workforce regulations across borders

We can help you understand and manage the tax and compliance risks inherent in global talent deployments.

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Understand and manage ‘green’ taxes

We can help you understand and manage the taxes, incentives and regulations that governments worldwide are introducing as part of their sustainability and climate change policies.

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Manage sustainability risks

We can help you assess how compliant you are with sustainable development requirements, policies and codes, advise you on the effect of any operational changes you’re planning to make and suggest areas for improvement.

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Improving regulatory strategies

For better or worse, regulation now appears to be a growth industry. Businesses around the world are coming under the regulatory microscope – at local, national and international levels – more than ever before, with proposals for new rules, restrictions and incentives across a wide spectrum of industries.

Public perceptions of big business have also shifted; it’s now seen as an integral part of the broader social fabric, with all the associated responsibilities this implies. And, finally, there’s the emerging view that regulation is necessary to lay the groundwork for certain types of beneficial commercial exchange that couldn’t otherwise take root and flourish, green energy being a prime example.

What does this mean for your business?

New laws, regulations and public expectations have pushed governance and compliance even higher up the boardroom agenda. Senior executives everywhere recognise it’s essential to make sure their companies have effective, robust and reliable governance and compliance tools, and use them.

Establishing a constructive dialogue between business and regulators is also important. Companies have a lot to gain, both strategically and tactically, from building trust and fostering long-term cooperation with regulators, not only on small industry concerns but also on large ones with bigger socio-political implications. Where trust exists, regulation can become a mechanism for industry-wide – even global – cooperation on issues ranging from financial prudence to technical innovation and climate change.

 

View our latest Regulation research and insights

 

Metals Deals: Forging Ahead 2015 outlook and 2014 review

Welcome to Metals Deals: Forging Ahead 2015 outlook and 2014 review, PwC’s annual analysis of deal activity in the metals industry and our outlook on the prospects for dealmaking in the year ahead. We also take a regional look at what is happening in the main markets around the world.

Feb 23, 2015

 
 

Cheap oil is good news for some countries, but which sectors will get the biggest boost?

The biggest swing in the oil price since 2008. In which sectors will the lower oil price be felt the most?

Feb 9, 2015

 
 

Global Economy Watch February 2015

Cheap oil, QE and Greece - what does it all mean?

Feb 9, 2015

 
 

Interview with Andreas Riris, PwC Greece Partner

Main issues facing Greek banks and credit to Greek businesses. Greece economic output in the longer term. Restructuring local banks.

Feb 9, 2015

 
 

The World in 2050

In our latest World in 2050 report we present economic growth projections for 32 of the largest economies, accounting for around 84% of total global GDP.

Feb 9, 2015

 
 

ETF 2020: Preparing for a new horizon

Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are no longer considered a niche product. New investor segments continue to integrate ETFs into their portfolios and fund sponsors continue to introduce new products.

Jan 26, 2015

 
 

Global Airlines & Airports statement of capabilities – Rising to your challenges

Growth itself is a big challenge for many airport operators as they strive to expand infrastructure capacity to match demand.

Jan 9, 2015

 
 

Global Economy Watch January 2015

Predictions for 2015: Inflation and the Eurozone, falling oil prices and geopolitical risks.

Jan 6, 2015

 
 

Corporate taxation in the global offshore shipping industry

Offshore Shipping companies need to understand how differences in tax treatments can affect their business in key territories.

Dec 4, 2014

 
 

UK Draft Modern Slavery Bill is amended to include focus on the supply chain

Current proposals place the onus on business to investigate and address instances of modern slavery in their business – wherever it occurs.

Oct 24, 2014