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21st PwC global CEOs survey
Press release for the 8th Annual PwC Power and Utilities Roundtable
Press release for the report The ethics of pay in a fair society: what do executives think?
This press release is to clarify an erroneous news report by Premium Times in which our chief Economist Dr Andrew S. Nevin was wrongly quoted.
Press release on PwC Nigeria's economic report on Nigeria's long term growth prospects
PwC's global asset and wealth management report
Press release providing details of PwC Global Annual Report 2017
Press release on deliberations at the Nigeria mining week where industry stakeholders shared ideas for the development of the sector
PwC celebrates Business Reporters in Nigeria ...doles out N2.6m in second edition of its media excellence awards
Press release about the 2017 edition of PwC's capability enhancement Workshop for Journalists
This press release is the call for entries for the 2017 edition of PwC's Media Excellence Awards
Press release announcing the upcoming Nigeria Mining week 2017.
The Entertainment and Media Outlook report provides PwC's most recent and up-to-date forecast of consumer and advertising spend data as well as related commentary for 17 entertainment and media segments, across 54 countries including Nigeria.
This story announces the admission of six new partners by PwC Nigeria
Capital Markets Activity in African capital markets shows significant decline in 2016 amidst economic uncertainty and global political upheaval: PwC report
Disruption of Nigeria’s Financial Service sector by FinTechs is underway. Incumbent players need new strategies for the future – PwC Survey
World In 2050 report of 2017 - Sustained investment and reform critical to realising growth potential in Nigeria and other emerging market economies
Press release announcing the release of PwC Project Blue report Geared up for growth: Shaping a fit for purpose financial system
Uyi Akpata, Country Senior Partner, PwC Nigeria, has said that the PwC alumni network remains one of the firm’s most important asset in its drive to help organisations create the value they’re looking for.
HR needs to take a more prominent role in enabling their organisations build these capabilities. This was the overriding consensus that emerged at a breakfast meeting hosted by PwC’s People & Organisation (P& O) team on the theme Disruption in HR: Revving your game with strategic reward which recently held in Lagos.
Though the current recession has impacted negatively on Nigeria’s automotive sector leading to a very slow growth scenario.
The report argues that national polices should be guided not only by improvement in GDP but also a broader measure of development for which the firm has adopted the HDI.
PwC Nigeria doled out a total sum of N2,350,000 to outstanding journalists in the maiden edition of its Media Excellence Award. - More
The PwC network reported total global gross revenues of US$35.9 billion for the fiscal year ended on 30 June 2016. At constant exchange rates (local currency), PwC's total global revenues rose by over 7%.
PwC Nigeria today announced the launch of a tax mobile application, a revolutionary tool that allows business leaders, investors, regulators and citizens easy access to all relevant tax and related laws and enables them keep abreast of developments in the economy especially as it relates to their tax obligations, government policies and the implications on their lives and businesses.
PwC Nigeria, in line with its purpose to “build trust in society and solve important problems” has instituted an annual media excellence award for business reporting in Nigeria, the inaugural edition of which holds in October this year.
Miss Jessica Pelomoh, an SS2 student of Aunty Ayo Girl’s Comprehensive High School, Ikoyi, Lagos. is being sponsored by PwC to represent Nigeria at the 2016 Africa Youth Chess Championship
This third edition of the annual journal features insights by subject matter specialists across the various fields covered and is a product of the firm’s in depth understanding and knowledge of the industry, gathered from many years of operating in this market and supporting some of the biggest financial institutions in the country
Nigerian executives have embraced analytics and understand the importance of data especially in making decisions. They require data to be accurate, comprehensive and timely.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC Nigeria), in partnership with The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC), held a capacity-building workshop for Micro, Small and Medium scale Enterprises (MSMEs) in Lagos.
PwC Nigeria has announced the admission of 2 new partners into the firm’s partnership, effective July 1, 2016. The new partners are Femi Osinubi and Esiri Agbeyi of the firm’s Assurance and Tax practices respectively.
PwC lists the ten most important technology-driven forces that will shape competition in the financial services industry by 2020 and six priorities for financial institutions to benefit from them.
PwC Nigeria is proud to support the Lagos State Government on this laudable initiative aimed at repositioning tertiary education in the state and adequately preparing products of the state’s tertiary institutions for the world of work
PwC Nigeria, a leading professional services firm, has called on Internal auditors in Nigeria to focus on leadership as this will increase their value contribution and help the broader organisation address emerging risks
PwC is excited about the opportunity to be part of such the GEM project, which will create numerous opportunities for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME's) in Nigeria, as well as impact overall economic growth and non-oil revenue for Nigeria.
This PwC report is centred on the ways in which corruption had impacted the Nigerian economy over time and provides robust evidence and impetus for reducing corruption in Nigeria.