19 Aug 2016
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
08 Aug 2016
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
31 Jul 2016
PwC Nigeria has highlighted practical steps businesses in the country can take to minimise the effect of the current economic downturn and position their organisations to emerge stronger when economic conditions improve
27 Jul 2016
Nigerian executives have embraced analytics and understand the importance of data especially in making decisions. They require data to be accurate, comprehensive and timely.
27 Jun 2016
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.
22 Jun 2016
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.
08 Jun 2016
There are currently 634 million people without electricity in Africa and in Nigeria we estimate that only one in five people has access to power from the electricity grid. Faster progress is needed, and we believe it can be achieved if national energy policies adopt a more comprehensive approach to energy access.
06 Jun 2016
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.
31 May 2016
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
31 May 2016
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