Press releases 2015

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PwC’s Academy celebrates the graduation of Emiratis completing the ICAEW Accounting Skills Certificate (ASC)

PwC’s Academy, the educational business of PwC in the Middle East, honored the first class of 23 UAE national graduates who undertook the ICAEW Accounting Skills Certificate qualification in a special graduation ceremony on January 7th at the Sofitel Hotel, Dubai.

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Easing into IFRS: The growing need to raise awareness of technical know-how amongst Saudi corporations

In 2013, SOCPA announced that listed entities would be required to adopt technical International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) by 2017 and all other entities in 2018; yet have the option of adopting it as of early 2017 according to SOCPA’s latest announcement.

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Challenging time for IPO’s in the GCC with muted activity in Q3 2015 reflecting the continued economic and political concerns surrounding the region

The revival of investor sentiment and interest in Initial Public Offerings (“IPOs”) in the Gulf Cooperation Council (“GCC”) countries experienced in 2014, slowed down in the first quarter (“Q1”) of 2015

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MENA Talent Competitiveness Index a key benchmark for the region’s nations to support talent development and compete for global talent

This report is the first regional edition of the Global Talent Competitiveness Report (GTCI) which has rapidly become a global benchmark for talent competitiveness since its first publication in 2013.

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Middle East ‘Total Retail’ snapshot urges retailers to adapt to changing consumer habits

According to PwC’s latest survey, Retailers and the Age of Disruption, the most successful retailers in the Middle East will be the ones that understand regional consumers the best, and adapt their models to generate unique, brand-defining experiences that keep customers coming back. Current brick and mortar retailers are at risk of losing market share to online retailers if they do not begin to change their strategies and offer multiple channel experiences.

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