PwC helps organisations and individuals create the value they’re looking for. Our Research and Insights library reflects this, providing a one-stop source for our papers, articles and surveys that bring to light the issues that are top of mind for you. Look for our perspective on matters including: corporate reporting, treasury, risk, the current global business climate.
A practical guide to implement integrated reporting, helping business to manage and report broader value drivers and enhance dialogue with investors.
Risk management is an enabler to growth. In our 2015 Risk in review survey, over 1,200 global business leaders shared how they assess and manage risk.
This report ranks global top 100 companies by market capitalisation – and compares the list from March 2009 to March 2015.
PwC’s 2015 State of the Internal Audit Profession Study reflects the views of more than 1300 chief audit executives, senior management and board members.
Delivering the value of the audit: Everything you need to know about the new auditor's report
PwC survey of IIRC Pilot Programme organisations' 2013/14 reports shows 5 key themes to focus on for improvements in integrated reporting.
The risks associated with XBRL filing errors can be as costly as traditional filing errors. A focus on reporting processes and controls may reduce risk.
PwC's Tenth Annual State of the Internal Audit Profession Study offers our perspectives and that of over 1,900 internal audit professionals.
At PwC, independence, objectivity and integrity are at the heart of everything we do. Download our latest points of view on some of the most critical issues now being debated on auditing, financial reporting, regulation and corporate governance.
There is plenty of evidence that investors value the auditor’s opinion on the financial statements. They don’t want to lose it. But in the wake of the financial crises, investors and other stakeholders began to call for auditor’s reports to be more informative. Auditors have unique and relevant insight based on their audits and investors and other stakeholders are asking auditors to share some of that insight.
Will mandatory rotation of an audit firm increase its independence, skepticism and objectivity?
This report ranks global top 100 companies by market capitalisation – and compares the list from March 2009 to March 2014.
EU legislation to reform statutory audits was adopted in April. See a summary of the issues affecting the audit and requirements for public interest entities.
This whitepaper highlights the journey to an integrated, responsive and proactive business continuity management programme that extends beyond your company's walls.
Inspiring trust through insight
Corporate reporting: Is there another way? It’s time to think boldly about a new and different assurance model to build trust in corporate reporting, using transparency to promote and support trust.
PwC conducted its third annual risk survey in the fall of 2013, polling 1,940 executives across 37 countries to seek a detailed picture of the state of risk in today’s business climate. Respondents brought perspectives from five broad organisational sectors: financial services; healthcare; consumer and industrial products and services; technology, information, communications, and entertainment; and government and the public sector. This study presents key findings and insights from that survey, as well as from a series of related, in-depth executive interviews.
This PwC booklet provides an overview of all of the developments in audit reporting standards, as well as insight into what is being considered in the EU's proposed Audit Directive and Regulation.
The date for the 2014 Meet the Experts conference has been set. The one-day event for CFOs, finance directors and senior finance managers will take place at the Lancaster London Hotel on Monday 10 November 2014.
This PwC IPO Centre publication provides an overview of regulatory listing requirements on London, New York and Hong Kong stock exchanges.