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PwC Malta Annual Review 2021

Building trust and delivering
sustained outcomes

The past year definitely has been the most challenging for any business, regardless of industry or sector. We at PwC have had to navigate the uncertainty of lockdowns and our initial journey into the complex world of hybrid working. These are the lessons we’ve learned over the past 12 months and will be taking with us going forward.
 
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A year in review

Driven by our purpose as a professional community of problem solvers, our people strategy combines human ingenuity, experience and technological innovation to deliver sustained outcomes and build trust with our clients and within the community in which we live and work.


Message from our Territory Senior Partner,
David Valenzia

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“I am very proud of the way our people have found ways to support each other and find innovative ways to interact. Acts of altruism could be found across the firm that were also a humbling experience.”

David Valenzia,Territory Senior Partner

Explore our Key Performance Indicators
Revenue
€45M
as at 30 June 2021
57%
female staff complement
626
people
3 weeks
of learning, on average, per person in a year
€512K
cash contributions and hours dedicated to professional bodies and philanthropic activities
39%
paper consumption reduction



Digital transformation is a journey
Technology
The global business community continues to face unprecedented challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic. We continued to see a growth in the services provided by our Digital Solutions team. This growth is primarily fueled by functional and enterprise-wide transformation, where clients need to access a broad set of capabilities from strategy-through-execution.
Explore our lines of service
Assurance
“Besides supporting our clients during such a delicate phase, we continue to focus on building trust in the transparency, objectivity and effectiveness of our audit work”
Tax
“We have continued to empower our team to combine their skills with technology to better serve our clients’ needs, realities and transactions and to deliver sustained outcomes and build trust.“
Advisory
“The past year has challenged business like no other in living memory. We been proactive in assisting our clients to address these challenges”

Upskilling for a new digital world
Upskilling
The world is going through a technological revolution, with technology replacing human tasks and changing the skills organisations need. Digitalisation and the COVID-19 pandemic have further increased the need for certain skills in many aspects of people's daily lives and for business continuity. These skills do not only include digital skills, but also socio-emotional skills such as resilience, creative thinking and problem solving.

Diversity and inclusion

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Gender

57%
female staff compliment


43%
male staff compliment


56%
of females in Manager grade or above

Age

29
average age at the firm


36
average age of Manager grade and above


Expats

26
different nationalities


20%
of the firm are expatriates

ESG as a window to the future
ESG
In recent years, sustainability issues such as climate change, modern slavery, and inequality have entered public consciousness like never before. As a result, society has increasing expectations of the role businesses should play in tackling some of the planet’s biggest challenges.
PwC Malta Transparency
Report 2021

Click here to download our latest transparency report


Past Editions

Annual Review 2020, 2019 and 2018.

Contact us

David Valenzia

David Valenzia

Territory Senior Partner, PwC Malta

Tel: +356 2564 6892

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